Gilt, Pepsi, Wilcoxson, iPad Mini, & Social Scoring dominate the Social 6 roundup

September 29, 2012jeremygoldmanDevices, Facebook, Social 6 Daily Recaps, TabletsNo Comments

Wow, yesterday was a pretty packed day on the Interwebz. In fact, it was tight enough that ReadWriteWeb’s piece on how journalists are using SoundCloud or The Next Web’s Can TV go social without being ruined? article didn’t make the cut. Oh, and there’s the list of 100 Worst Songs Ever from AOL radio that […]

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Mixing sharing with privacy: Facebook debuts its Shared Activity plugin

September 20, 2012jeremygoldmanFacebook2 Comments

Via its Developers blog, Facebook today announced the launch of its Shared Activity plugin, which gives users the ability to control the activities they share to Facebook directly from any web app. The plugin offers developers a simple way to implement user controls needed to work with Facebook’s Open Graph built-in actions. More from the Developers blog: “The Shared […]

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Klout, Unfriending Experiments, and iTunes: Today’s Social 6 News Roundup

September 14, 2012jeremygoldmanFacebook, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Of course there’s still some Apple news that was widely clicked on and shared yesterday, but we’re past “the worst” of it. Today we also have some news about tools that can help optimize your social media posts, the need to stay within Facebook’s promotional guidelines, and also new upgrades to a popular storefront called […]

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The Social 6: Stories You Missed This Past (Long) Weekend, 9/4/12

September 4, 2012jeremygoldmanFacebook, Instagram, Productivity, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Welcome back to work, guys! Not surprisingly, there wasn’t a tremendous wealth of news & views out there to curate from the long weekend, but here are some of the highlights you may have missed: #6: My1Login’s test page is a nifty way to see exactly how weak your password choices are “The password management service […]

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