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Fifteen Seconds

Published on November 1, 2012 by in Columns

I try to stay ahead of social networking trends; if you know me, this will come as no surprise.  In part, that’s because I enjoy being ahead of the curve.  But also, because I help program a Top 40 radio station targeted toward younger listeners, it’s important for us to stay abreast of the latest

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Two Billion Hours

Published on January 12, 2012 by in Columns

I’m not very good at predicting the future, and I tend to be a little dismissive when I hear others try to do it.  For instance, if you would have told me five years ago—in YouTube’s infancy, when dial-up was mainstream and “buffering” reigned supreme—that streaming video was the wave of the future, I probably

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New Year, New Look

Published on December 29, 2011 by in Columns

After Facebook redesigned the site in 2009, the company polled users on their opinions of the changes.  96 percent of respondents—over a million members, at that time—hated the new look.  They simply couldn’t stand it.  Team Zuckerberg stayed the course, though, because they understood the way these things work.  When you change something as popular

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Facebook Freakout

Published on September 29, 2011 by in Columns

It has been a rollercoaster weak for Mark Zuckerberg and his staff at Facebook.  The fiasco began last Tuesday night, when Facebook users began to notice some major changes to the social network’s design.  A wave of outrage and despair swept across the site, as confused Facebookers stumbled clumsily along, trying to get their bearings.

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