Twitter & China, Google+ & Journalism, and Social Media + Screwups: The Social 6

September 27, 2012jeremygoldmanJournalism, Social 6 Daily Recaps, Tablets, TwitterNo Comments

Lots of fun news & views yesterday while I was wallowing away in synagogue for Yom Kippur. Yesterday we had a great set of pieces clicked on & shared by you guys, including Twitter’s interesting strength within China, potential good news for the iPad Mini, and G+’s effect on journalism. Here’s your Social 6:

#6: Teenagers urged to create social media campaigns promoting healthy lifestyles (Scottish Daily Record)

#5: Why Eyeballs No Longer Matter For Startups (ReadWriteWeb)

#4: Social Media’s Biggest Screw-Ups [INFOGRAPHIC] (Mashable)

#3: How Journalists Are Using Google+ (ReadWriteWeb)

#2: Study says half of Americans are unimpressed with Kindle Fire HD, more interested in iPad mini (Borneo Post)

#1: Report: Twitter’s most active country is China (where it is blocked) (The Next Web)

China & Twitter seems to get along more than expected.

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