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Google+: Why You Should Add Another Social Network To Your Bookmark Bar
Online social networking sites prove again and again to be the lightning rod the rest of the Internet connects to. As Facebook emerges as the world leader in social networking, Google strives to keep up with, and eventually knock down the super power created by Mark Zuckerberg. With their newest venture, Google+ tries to fix what went wrong with Google Wave; by that, I mean that they hope someone will actually use this. Google Wave was too complex for its own good; but thatís neither here nor there; itís all about Google+ now.
Facebook Adds Video & Group Chat, Continues Communication Domination
Facebook is now capable of doing what Skype, AIM, Yahoo, MSN, and Meebo have been doing for years: Group and video chats. Itís a technological miracle, to be sure. So now you can finally group chat with people who were either too lazy or not technologically savvy enough to download a program like Skype or AIM; and we all know the type. Group chatting was already available in a sense with the Facebook Groups feature, but now you can set up a chat with multiple friends without setting up an entire group just to pick the movie you all want to go see.
MySpace Sold For $30 Million, Justin Timberlake Buys Stake
While Justin Timberlake will always be ingrained in my mind as Trey Parker, the sleazy Napster founder he played in David Fincherís The Social Network this latest bit of news doesnít surprise me. MySpace, the company bought by News Corp for 580 million dollars in 2005 has been sold to some tiny-ass advertisement-matchmaking company for under 40 million dollars. Thatís it. Now word has broken that Justin Timberlake will have a stake in the long-dead social networking platform.
Zuckerberg To Donate 100 Million Dollars To Schools
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is celebrating his top 40 spot on Forbes magazine's new U.S. rich list by handing out $100 million to the New Jersey public school system.
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