I’ll admit that when I first heard about Twitter, I thought it was the most ridiculous thing in the world. As a journalist and a long time blogger, I take pride in crafting a well thought out story, with a beginning, middle and end, and a common theme running throughout.
So the idea of “micro-blogging” in bursts
Can The New York Times compete with Facebook? It can certainly try.
The Times’ new sharing and recommending tool TimesPeople rolled out of beta this week. It’s essentially a social news feed for Times readers / users,
Job candidates have for some time now been warned to keep their Facebook pages clean in case a future boss goes snooping. Now it’s official: some 22 percent of hiring managers say they use social networking sites to scope out potential employees. That’s double the percentage from 2006.
The survey of more than 3,100 employers was co