Archive for the ‘Social Media’ Category

Facebook In The Movies

Facbook In The MoviesOk, so maybe this post doesn’t have much to say on topic as most of my posts, but not everything has to does it? Besides, it still deals with Social Media, stuff that if you frequent this blog deals with in many ways. So, what’s the story then? Well, you read it right, Facebook is being highlighted in not one, but two movies that are ironically coming out just about the same time as each other. So you’ll be sure to get a full dose of Facebook in the movies when they’re out!

Catfish and The Social Network tell different stories, so there is no reason to compare them. One shows the experience two people have as it leads to meeting each other in real life and the other tells a story of the beginning of Facebook. I won’t go much into detail as the trailers on iTunes or YouTube does a well enough job of that. What I’ve seen though is quite interesting and worth a look.

New Twitter: Discover What’s New In Your World

Meet the new Twitter.com!

Twitter is the best way to discover what’s new in your world. From football to film to philanthropy, people are using Twitter to discover what’s new about what they find interesting.

Twitter has always been about getting a lot in a little. The constraint of 140 characters drives conciseness and lets you quickly discover and share what’s happening. Yet, we’ve learned something since starting Twitter—life doesn’t always fit into 140 characters or less.

Introducing a new, re-engineered Twitter.com that provides an easier, faster, and richer experience.

On the site, you’ll see the familiar timeline, yet underneath each Tweet is a handful of information, deeper context and even embedded media. Simply click on an individual Tweet and a details pane slides out on the right and reveals this content.

Find out more at http://twitter.com/newtwitter

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You Are The Butter To My Bread, And The Blog To My Success.

You Are The Butter To My Bread...

Ok, so maybe the title of this post wasn’t what Paul Child said to his beloved Julia in the movie Julie & Julia, but in the end that is what rang in my mind. Tonight, my beloved brought home a movie that unknowingly meant a lot to the things I had been focused on as of late in life, mainly blogs. I had no idea going into it that a blog was a main component of this movie. Quite frankly I was taking a break
from staring at a computer working to get in some nice family time after

dinner. All I knew was that it was about Julia Child in some way and knew it had to be a good family oriented watch. As the story unfolded and a blog became a center point, I couldn’t stop watching. Incidentally, the film is the first major motion picture based on a blog.

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