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    Gphangouts : Join Google plus Public Hangouts

    July 21, 2011
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    One of the my favorite features of mine on Google+ is Hangouts, which is group video chat at its best. Using the Hangout feature, you can group video chat with more than one friend at a time and have a good time, unlike Facebook’s Video chat. The only problem that seems to arise is, there aren’t many friends on Google+ that I know of who’ll be willing to Hangout!! The whole point of a social ...

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    GClient: Google Plus Software for Desktop [Windows]

    July 18, 2011
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    Google+ could be the next big thing in the world of social networking, dethroning Facebook even. What with it already having about 10 million users and still being in beta stage, it may as well have about 100 million users in another 5-6 months. At the rate Google+ is growing, I’m sure many of you use it almost everyday to check what you’re Circle friends are sharing and talking about. It’s always better to have ...

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    Facebook Video Chat To be Launched Next Week

    July 2, 2011
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    Not a day passes without the geniuses at Facebook thinking about how to dominate the world. To be frank, a video chat service was the only thing that has been missing on Facebook and perhaps a little less messier design. According to sources, Facebook will be launching a, much awaited, facebook video chat service that will be backed by Skype next week. You must be wondering, Why now? Why not a long time ago? Well, ...

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    Google+ Social Networking Site: First Impression

    June 30, 2011
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    Google launched Google+ social networking site 2 days back and today I got my hands on Google+ invitation and so far I’m playing with Google+. Here I’m sharing my first hand experience with Google+. Google+ social networking site looks more like Facebook at first stage. More over, I’m sure those who landed on Google+, must be comparing it with Facebook for sure. Anyways, Google+ can be called as an advanced version of Facebook. Google+ has ...

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    15 Awesome Facebook Greasemonkey scripts

    June 14, 2011
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    Greasemonkey scrips are one of the best way to enhance the feature of any site. I love Facebook but still there are many things which I will prefer not to see like Faebook ads, Some way to auto poke people and so on. Here is a collection of some of the best Facebook Greasemonkey Scripts which will help you to enhance the Facebook features. When we talk about the Social Networking sites, the first name ...

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    How to Remove Yourself from Facebook Public Search

    April 12, 2011
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    When ever we talk about working online, the first few suggestion which we get are, use Facebook security, use Facebook  privacy settings and make sure you share the informations which doesn’t create any issue in future. One of the most common question which many people are still not clear about Facebook is it’s privacy. Though Facebook gives us many options to ensure that our Facebook profile can be hidden from everywhere but here I’m sharing a ...

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    How to Promote your Blog on Social Networking Sites

    April 10, 2011
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    Internet is a social platform. Social networks are a great way to communicate and interact with friends as well it is also a great way to promote your business or blog. Social networks become the most useful and effective way to attract more visitors to your blog. Even though most of the bloggers find only search engine to promote their blog but only rare get success in that case and social networks are alternate way ...

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    U.S. Government’s Shallow Attempt at Social Media Infiltration

    March 22, 2011
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    Last week, many online publications broke the news that the U.S. Government had signed a contract with technology company Ntrepid. To summarize the reports, Ntrepid is tasked with creating software that allows U.S. personnel to manage up to 10 online personas.  These personas would exist within the confines of social media websites like Facebook and Twitter, but would include convincing and comprehensive back-stories. These profiles would not be used domestically by the government, but would ...

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