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It hasn’t been a slow day so far in the world of social media and tech. Check out these interesting stories about what’s going on:
1. Facebook developer Buddy Media buys Spinback
2. Using Social Media is all about implementation
3. Informative story about Facebook’s PR attack against Google
4. Are tech stocks popular again?
5. Costin Raiu talks about the security risks of Google’s new Chromebook.
As a leader you want to be liked, or if you can make it happened…loved. If you can get and keep people on your side they tend to spend more time working and less time huddling in cubicles. quietly but passionately complaining about the boss. With this concept/desire in mind, the ever vigilant folks over at Glassdoor.com have just released a employee-generated report card for the CEO’s of the 12 largest tech companies. From Google’s much loved but soon to be ex-CEO Eric …
Can you build a better boss? According to the brilliant minds at Google, you can. It’s odd because I personally thought that Apple would beat Google to the punch on this one (i.e. iBoss) I am sure as we speak, the big brains/egos down at 1 Infinite Loop are being told by their perfect boss to come up with the perfect boss. But I digress.
The New York Times’ Adam Bryant recently reported on Google’s Project …
1. Here’s a video that illustrates the moods of Twitter users across America. Fascinating project that begins to reveal what we can learn from social networks.
2. A lesson in smart advertising in the age of social media.
3. Steve Jobs’ iPhone 4 launch report card. He’s going to have to stay after class.
4. Advice on how to recover from misunderstandings. Hope you don’t have to refer back to this constantly.
5. Intern’s can give startups a great …
It’s easy to blame Google and PowerPoint for distracting us and making us employ bullet points. But, as Steven Pinker, professor of psychology at Harvard, argues in last week’s New York Times, we shouldn’t get worried about technologies’ power of distraction. Perhaps, he says, we should be thankful since “technologies are the only things that will keep us smart.”
Pinker states that new forms of media usually meet initial skepticism. The printing press, radio, television, comic …
1. The US military relies on great management and leadership strategies to get people motivated and on-task. Wally Bock outlines three essential military leadership techniques that your organization can easily benefit from.
2. Getting your idea across isn’t always easy. Keep these 7 rules in mind the next time you need to get to point clearly.
3. According to some there are three keys to success. The trick is knowing you only need two.
4. This guy used …