social media


Mon November 26, 2012

Turnstyle: App gives Facebook users new perspective on their favorite topic – themselves

Remember a year ago when Facebook announced Timeline? How it was going to change the way that people shared information about themselves? Then it came out and everyone just hated it because if there is one thing that people on the internet hate most it’s change?

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Tue September 25, 2012

Turnstyle Opinion: Time to socialize social media


No one knows when the next Facebook redesign is going to come, but chances are you’re going to hate it. And if you’re on Twitter, you probably have opinions about the recent decision to excise third-party apps as well. There is always a sense of injustice when these autocratic changes are announced. The libertarians in the crowd will say “well if you don’t like the service, stop using the product” (conveniently ignoring, of course, that in these companies’ business models the user is the product).

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Wed July 25, 2012
Cops & Courts

Your Legal Rights 72512 Social Media in the Workplace

Social media in the workplace.


Wed May 9, 2012

How to Use Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to Land a Job


On Work with Marty Nemko on May 27 at 11 am, my guest:  Josh Waldman, author of Job Searching with Social Media for Dummies.

At around 11:30, I'll invite listeners to call in for me to do a three-minute Workover on them.

Work with Marty Nemko is heard every Sunday from 11 am to noon on 91.7 FM, KALW San Francisco.


Mon April 16, 2012

Opinion: Finally, A Way Forward for Social Media and Social Justice

Photo courtesy of Invisible Children

Social media is becoming an increasingly valuable tool for social justice advocates, not through oft-maligned “slacktivism” campaigns such as changing one’s profile picture for a cause or through making a topic trend — but through its capability to help shape the national discourse surrounding issues, as two recent examples from two very different spheres of the web prove.

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