Facebook IPO Insider Trading: A Misread Notion or A Serious Issue?

Facebook went public and being the biggest social network and the biggest tech IPO in the history, the news aren’t quieting down. If you have any knowledge on IPO’s and stock trading in general, you’ve probably heard of the term insider trading, a form of illegal trading of stocks by individuals that have access tostuff

Instagram in Real Life: (Almost) Instant Real Things You Can Get from Your Instagram Photos

In case you have been sleeping under a rock lately, let’s first explain what Instagram is. Instagram is a social network for smartphone users that helps them create and share photos. It used to be exclusive for the iPhone, but since the beginning of April, Android users can download it from their Google Play market asstuff

True Cloud Gaming: It’s Cheap, It’s Piracy-proof, It’s the Future

Cloud computing is probably the biggest buzzword since the Web 2.0 revolution, wouldn’t you agree? Everything is moving into the cloud, your files, your phone data, even some actual tools you use are in the cloud. But what about gaming? Video games are also in the cloud and if you think about it – whystuff

Is Facebook Using Spam Moderation to Censor Commenting… or Was it Just a Bug that Hit Scoble?

Censorship can be disguised in many ways and often it’s the mask of privacy protection, security or simply, when we’re talking about the web – spam filtering. Last week, many Facebook users noticed that Facebook marked their comments as irrelevant or inappropriate and therefore they couldn’t have been posted. As TechCrunch reports, it all startedstuff

One Password to Rule Them All? Your ‘Sauron’ Moment

How many passwords are you using right now? You’re using one for your Facebook account, Twitter, Gmail, Dropbox, WordPress… and for hundreds of others social networks and websites. Taking that into consideration, there are two types of people: the ones who have different passwords for each of those accounts and the other ones, with thestuff

Google Drive Terms of Service: Everything You Seriously Need to Know

Google Drive was released and we already analyzed why you won’t use it. Maybe as a bit of additional free cloud storage, but you probably won’t move to it and leave your current cloud storage service. However, there is one thing you should keep an eye on, and which is usually taken for granted –stuff

You Made Your Choice. You Won’t Use Google Drive.

Google released Google Drive, a brand new service with which it plans to overtake cloud hosting and file sharing services like Dropbox, SugarSync and even Microsofts SkyDrive. You can get your Google Drive by visiting this link or opening your Google Docs account. As you may have noticed, Google Docs are no more. Google shutstuff

The Essential Domain To-Do List: Don’t Lose Your Domain Name (Again)

When you register your first domain name, you’ll see how easy it is and it’s only the question of time before you head back to your registrar and get another one. And another one. And just this last one. Suddenly, you’ll have a portfolio of several dozens of domain names registered which need some maintaining. Whatstuff

2 Ways Facebook Messages for Fan Pages Can Ruin a Geek Girl’s Day (and Why They’re Useful Nonetheless)

Facebook introduced Timeline for Fan Pages earlier this year, and along with it – Messages. Fan Pages can now have private conversations with their fans, but only if the fans start the interaction. Many community managers were very excited about this feature, myself included. It is allows us to move quarrels from the public arenastuff

Instagram Premortem: Everything You Need to Know About the Soon to (Maybe) Be Dead App

It’s always a strange feeling when a popular startup reaches its exit, you don’t know whether to cheer – or not. Everyone loved Instagram. In fact, some iPhone fanboys loved it so much they became hostile when the Android app was released. Only a couple of days later, Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO and founder ofstuff

Girls Around Me: What They Could Have Done (and What You Should Do in a Similar Situation)

I don’t know if you guys are familiar with the Girls Around Me app for iPhone. It sat in the iTunes Store for months and after it got some attention, it was pulled from the store. Here’s why. This application pulled information on people’s location from Foursquare and Facebook, put it all together in a nicestuff

I’ve Had the (Facebook) Time(line) of My Life

Do you remember the old Facebook layout? Neither do we; Facebook Timeline is enabled on almost every user profile and every Facebook fan page. Yet, users are still complaining about it (as they have with any other Facebook redesign) and refuse to accept it. However, the Timeline is here to stay and the sooner you accept itstuff

How To Tweet to Your Followers When You’re Away from Twitter: Basic Guide to Scheduling Tweets

Whether you’re working as a community manager or you’re just a simple Twitter addict who loves to share interesting links with his or her followers, you can’t sit at your computer literary 24/7. You shouldn’t! But then again, so many links to share and so little time, right? Some work needs to get done, too.stuff

Twitter Acquired Posterous, Bringing 36 Talented New Birds Into The Flock

“Posterous is joining the flock at Twitter” is the title of the announcement made on March 12, 2012. The blogging platform, which was Tumblr’s rival, was acquired by Twitter, a company which, as Gawker discovered, is pretty stuck with their finances. The opportunities in front of Twitter are exciting, and we couldn’t be happier aboutstuff

What “The New iPad” and “Basecamp” Have in Common? Unbelievably Angry SEO “Experts”

The new iPad. Yes, you heard it right. The new, revolutionary, 4G enabled iPad is called the iPad… While all the bloggers at Apple’s event were waiting for Tim Cook, Apple’s new CEO, to utter the iPad’s new name, titles weren’t being written. In the end, the new iPad ended up begin “the new iPad”stuff

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