4 Tips For Being Effective On Instagram

First, whether you had the day off and spent it relaxing, or you had a regular work day, for those in the US, best wishes on this Labor Day. I spent a great day with visiting friends in the morning, and with the family in the afternoon. But, today is the first Monday of the month,…

Video: Twitter in Plain English

From the archives: I found a great video by Lee Lefer over at YouTube. Its sort of a “Twitter for Dummies”–great primer if you’re still not quite sure what is the point of Twitter.

Tech-Wise Parents: Facebook hasn’t changed anything!

If you’re a parent you’ve probably heard about Facebook. If you have teens, it is most likely your teen is an active user of Facebook. Like any tool, Facebook is a powerful website for good or for evil, depending on how it’s used or misused. For this article, I am going to assume you know…

DomeNation: More YouTube and Politics

David All has joined with Jerome Armstrong from MyDD to start a new YouTube based weekly TV show, DomeNation. I watched the first couple episodes and thought it was well done. In DC, if you want to be a student of Internet and communications, you inevitably have to step into politics. These guys are coming…

Online social network sites going bilingual

NSHP.org is reporting on the growth of social networking websites targeting the Hispanic market. Online social network sites are going bilingual with sites like elHood.com, QuePasa.com, MyGrito.com and Vostu.com. The statistics are interesting. About 56 percent of Hispanics in the U.S. use the Internet, compared to 71 percent of non-Hispanic whites and 60 percent of…