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Ebook checklist from EFF

from Boing Boing by Cory Doctorow

The E-book Price War Isn?t Over Yet

from Mashable! by Stan Schroeder

Facebook Overtakes Yahoo: Now the Second Most Visited Site in U.S.

from Mashable! by Ben Parr

Google Gives $2 Million to Wikipedia?s Foundation

from Mashable! by Ben Parr

5 Levels of Effective Communication in the Social Media Age

from Mashable! by Soren Gordhamer

French Parliament approves Net censorship | La Quadrature du Net

from CyberLaw Blog

French Parliament approves Net censorship | La Quadrature du Net French Parliament approves Net censorship

Submitted on 11 February 2010

Paris, February 11th, 2010 ? During the debate over the French security bill (LOPPSI), the government opposed all the amendments seeking to minimize the risks attached to filtering Internet sites. The refusal to make this measure experimental and temporary shows that the executive could not care less about its effectivity to tackle online child pornography or about its disastrous consequences. This measure will allow the French government to take control of the Internet, as the door is now open to the extension of Net filtering.

Facebook Users Spending 7 Hours A Month On Site

from All Facebook by Lauren Dugan

Social Network CartoonA recent Nielson Company survey of web users found that Facebook users spend an average of seven hours a month updating statuses, sending messages, creating events, playing games, and just generally using the social network. The time spent on Facebook far surpassed the average time spent on any other site examined in the survey.

Social Network Users are Predominantly Young Middle-Aged Folks

from Daily Bits by Arnold Zafra

Facebook To Yahoo: Eat Our Dust!

from All Facebook by Nick O’Neill

The latest statistics from analytics firm Compete.com confirms that Facebook has indeed surpassed Yahoo! as the second largest domestic website. While Alexa data suggested that Facebook surpassed Yahoo! on a global level long ago, Nielsen data released yesterday suggests that Yahoo! still has more unique visitors when considering all properties beyond Yahoo.com.

4 Steps for Managing Social Media Attention

from Mashable! by Soren Gordhamer

what composition is for and why digital media is intergal to it

from digital digs by Alex Reid

So the argument begins with traditional composition’s underlying premise. It is, in the end, not so very different from the premise that historically has allowed English departments to suggest that their majors prepared students to be good writers in some general way.

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