links for 2010-03-28

10 Essential Design Tools for Social Media Pros (tags: resources tools webdesign socialmedia design business_management) 10 Search Engines to Explore the Invisible Web (tags: search resources research deepweb searchengines)

Privacy is Dead, Reputation is Alive

Michael Arrington wrote a post today with the title Reputation is Dead: It’s Time to Overlook Our Indiscretions which makes the point that on the internet today, unlike in 1993 everyone does know that you are a dog.  Even though you have carefully chosen your Facebook profile photo, there are  all of those less discreet… Continue reading Privacy is Dead, Reputation is Alive

links for 2010-03-27

Yelp! Chicago Business Joins Class-Action Lawsuit, Debate Continues Over Review Site (POLL) (tags: yelp, reviews, small business) Conversations – Q. and A. With Jeremy Stoppelman, C.E.O. of Yelp – Question – NYTimes.com (tags: Yelp, reviews, local, small business)

links for 2010-03-24

TEDxNYed: This is bullshit « BuzzMachine (tags: education jeffjarvis collaboration ideas inspiration)

links for 2010-03-21

Roundup: Social Media Monitoring Tools – WebWorkerDaily (tags: socialmedia tools analytics monitoring branding)

links for 2010-03-18

Which is Greener: Paper or Digital? The Answer May Surprise You | The DocuMentor | ZDNet.com (tags: green paper digital sustainability, ebook) Metaprinter – News Media Innovation, Convergence and Sustainability – Interview with Don Carli (tags: green digital paper)

links for 2010-03-17

Big Brother Is Watching You . . . From Your Pocket « Fastcase | The Smarter Alternative for Legal Research. (tags: privacy, geotagging, legal) Telling Friends Where You Are (or Not) – NYTimes.com (tags: foursquare socialmedia privacy geolocation) Honey, Don’t Bother Mommy. I’m Too Busy With My Blog and Building My Brand. – NYTimes.com (tags:… Continue reading links for 2010-03-17

There Are Two Kinds of People on Facebook: My Employees and Those My Employees are Talking To

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal caught my eye, Facebook, Twitter Updates Spell Trouble in the Small Workplace. More examples of the potential dark side of the blurring lines between our personal lives and our professional lives as lived (and broadcast) online. Several examples were cited of employees making less than flattering comments about… Continue reading There Are Two Kinds of People on Facebook: My Employees and Those My Employees are Talking To

links for 2010-03-09

Social Engagement: Making Content Interactive (tags: social emgagement, content, visuals, engagement_objects)