Back to School and Time for Google+ (Google Plus)

Hey kids and University students, it’s time to go back to school and enjoy learning with top notch educators. And if you’re looking for a way to “waste” your time on social media (it may transfer into an “investment” in the long-run but its usually a short-term waste), there are still old social networks available […]

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Hockey and Social Networks: The Importance of Team Members as Social Networks Assets in the NHL

For the last few days, I worked hard on the modeling of networking interactions in viral contests and with the start of the National Hockey league (NHL) season on October 1st, I thought it would be a nice idea to share my vision of how a sport, in this case hockey, is importantly influenced by […]

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Fighting for the Web Supremacy: How Will Google Wave Suffer From Switching Costs and Lock-in Against Facebook?

Facebook and Google are probably the two hottest companies that come to anyone’s mind when chit-chatting about the Internet. Thus, according to Quantcast statistics, Google is the website that is the most visited by Americans while Facebook comes fourth. However, when it comes to social networking (SNs) websites, anyone will tell you that Facebook is […]

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A Reply to Mashable – 5 Reasons Why the Cost of Education Will Not Be Zero in the Future

A recent debate concerning the impact of technology on the cost of education took place on the Mashable blog (a blog I place in my Top 5 when it comes to social media information). In this intriguing article, the author argued that technology was driving the cost of education to zero, citing as examples the […]

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