Vine, Virtual Workers, & the About.me Spinoff: the Social 6 for 2/5/13

February 6, 2013jeremygoldmanSocial 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Today (2/5/13) wasn’t the busiest day around the social newsosphere (I realize that sounds awkward and no, I’m not taking it back). Yet, we still had some good reads to be found, including About.me’s move towards (re)independence, why you should care about Twitter’s acquisition of Bluefin, and the more creative uses of Vine thus far. Here’s your Social 6:

#6: Why you shouldn’t rush to gamify (Real Business)

#5: How Facebook Graph Search didn’t *actually* break your privacy settings (TechCrunch)

#4: 10 Works of Art on Vine (Mashable)

#3: Why The Twitter-Bluefin Deal Matters (ReadWriteWeb)

#2: Virtually There: Working Remotely (New York Times)

#1: About.me spins out as an independent company again, 2 years after AOL acquisition (TheNextWeb)

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