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Sex model pulls in the crowds on Facebook

Who wouldn’t want to be friends with a hot, naked, friendly blonde who had recently lost her digital camera containing some very explicit photos? Thanks…

Trusting Wikipedia: a sea change

Here's an interesting development. Long and acrimonious battles have been fought over the question, "Can you trust Wikipedia?" Now, at last, there's a new answer to this question.

Crowdsourcing the campaign

In 2004, the Howard Dean campaign in the United States blazed the way in taking the election campaign online. Dean not only raised more than…

Facebook: None dare call it Web 2.0

The most visible evidence of the rise of Web 2.0, or at least the social media and social networking that tends to define it, is…

When privacy no longer counts

I read a couple of stories in the past few days that seemingly have no connection, but that collectively demonstrate how the world we live…

Blogger’s block

Immediately after I was approached to join Thought Leader, I was overwhelmed with an inner excitement that somehow left my fingers shaking at the same…

Managing your identity

People through the ages have always had a requirement to prove in a credible and trustworthy manner that they are indeed who they say they…