The former reigning king of social networking land MySpace is rolling out new user profile designs. The update came from Sean Percival, Myspace’s VP of Online Marketing. In a short tweet Sean linked to his online profile, describing it as a “Clean new profile”.
It was announced on a page through Grooveshark’s VIP Area that all previous members of Lala will be getting a free 1 month pass into Grooveshark’s VIP program. You simple go to the address above and enter the special VIP code given to you by Grooveshark.
As we all know, Kevin Rose is the brilliant face behind the wildly popular social news site Digg.com. This past Sunday via this tweet Rose leaked a photo which shows a preview of what the new Digg may look like.
YouTube has launched a new channel in celebration for its five year anniversary this month. The channel is a host to many user submitted videos discussing how YouTube has changed their life over the past 5 years, and how it’s affected their use of social networking sites and internet media in general.
While browsing my morning blog feeds I ran into an interesting post on TechCrunch titled Hi, Seattle. Published on May 3rd, TechCrunch’s founder and creator Mike Arrington discusses his latest news – he’s moving out of Silicon Valley to Seattle, WA.
A riveting documentary and informative series just started last night on History Channel. Simply entitled America: The Story of Us, it contains featured interviews and discussions with important political leaders from everywhere around the US. Luckily for those who missed it, History Channel has some clips streaming from their website.
Ever find yourself wondering “how can I find the best blogs on the web, or the best social media apps for rating food or movies”? Well look no further, your web search engine is here! When your trust pal Google has failed you, I recommend giving TopSite a shot. It’s a social search engine which tracks down the top 10 most popular websites based on a keyword.
In a recent blog post entitled simply “Update from Jay“, it has been officially announced that Jay Adelson will be stepping down as Digg’s CEO after 5 prosperous and amazing years. Jay has done an amazing job as CEO, and I firmly believe Digg wouldn’t hold it’s current success status today if it wasn’t for his ideas and inspiration.
I had written a Review for Thuhm a while back, and have to say I still love the app. It’s a brand new social news website for sharing all kinds of news, and it combines the best features of Reddit and Digg together. Although still just breaking off the ground, Thuhm has a lot to offer it’s readers. Recently there had been a post mentioning new updates on the site, including a new...
There are so many great online gaming communities. Video games have taken a huge rise in popularity over the years, and what a better way to celebrate your favorite games than hanging out with like-minded people on a fun and active community? FactPile does just that, collecting all gamers and tech-lovers from around the globe to interact and enjoy the community.
Digg has become the popular site for internet marketers and bloggers to aspire to. Digg used to be a popular tech website, where tech enthusiasts and internet lovers could gather to share links. Whichever links got the most “diggs” would hit the front page, generally to recieve a surge of traffic.