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The Social 6: Stories You Missed Yesterday, 8/21/12 edition

August 21, 2012jeremygoldmanFacebook, Google, Journalism, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

#6: Internet and Attitude, a Powerful Combination The NY Times Room for Debate typically has some interesting conversations going on, and this piece by Spencer Ackerman of Wired.com isn’t any exception. Nice discussion of Russia’s Pussy Riot controversy, and how social platforms like YouTube and Twitter played major parts in the story. #5: Coca-Cola worried about Ottawa […]

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The Social 6: Key Stories of The Last 24 hours, 8/16/12

August 16, 2012jeremygoldmanGoing Social, Google, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Without any further ado, here’s a roundup of what I shared, and what you guys found interesting, over the last 24 hours: #6 AfterCollege Relaunched, Looks To Build A LinkedIn For College Students And Recent Grads AfterCollege is now looking to be, in essence, the “young LinkedIn.” There’s more to it, of course, and Rip Empson writes […]

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The Social 6: Key Stories of The Last 24 hours, 8/14/12

August 14, 2012jeremygoldmanGoing Social, Google, Social 6 Daily Recaps, TwitterNo Comments

#6 Now In 20 Cities, Startup Grind Aims To Inspire The Next Generation Of Global Entrepreneurs Rip Empson writes for TechCrunch profiling Startup Grind, an event-based community for entrepreneurs. #5 How Maker Camp uses Google+ to give teens a behind-the-scenes look at tech and science Now here’s a pretty cool initiative: a new summer camp is in the […]

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The Social 6: Key Stories of The Last 24 hours, 8/8/12

August 8, 2012jeremygoldmanApps, Devices, Ecommerce, Facebook, Going Social, Google, Mobile, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

#6 The Pitfalls of the Unmanaged Customer Experience What makes your brand, ultimately, is the experience you give to your customers, not just the product you actually sell them. Yes, we all know this. No, most companies still don’t adhere to this somewhat important rule. Malcolm Carlow writes for E-Commerce Times, and provides some nice, high-level […]

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