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July 2012
See on Scoop.it – Infographics and Social Media An ex-Googler is building Facebook’s next big things. See on www.businessinsider.com
Former Digg CEO Kevin Rose talks about how he broke up the assets of Digg, from the servers themselves, to the engineers. He also talks about how he didn’t like the site’s design at the time. Posted via email from jboitnott’s posterous
See on Scoop.it – Infographics and Social Media Chick-fil-A is facing new social media criticism after being outed for apparently creating a fake Facebook account. See on mashable.com
See on Scoop.it – Infographics and Social Media No one else will ever be able to have as clear an understanding of social media as our generation, no matter how much they think they do. See on nextgenjournal.com
See on Scoop.it – Infographics and Social Media Google+ is more than half a year old. Check how fast it grows, who are its users and who they like the most. See on www.website-monitoring.com
See on Scoop.it – Infographics and Social Media You put a lot of thought, energy and sometime money into your long-format post or infographic, … See on www.coolinfographics.com
See on Scoop.it – Infographics and Social Media Here is a look at some of the visual devices, informational elements and general trends found in the modern day infographic. See on i.imgur.com
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