For a long time now I have had an uneasy feeling about Facebook as a company. It seams to me that something very significant is lacking in their cultural DNA. And this defect has the potential to destroy them from within. Continue reading “The Real Danger to Facebook Lies Within”
Back in May 2008, in post titled Multiple Personality Disorder I talked about the need I felt, to manage and control your online personalities (the professional one of LinkedIn, the social one of Facebook, your dating sites profiles, etc). Today I read about a service called Chi.mp that aims at exactly that.
Chi.mp allows you to gather your social networks profiles in one place, under your own domain name (i.e gorilla.mp), create online “personas”, such as public persona; friends persona; professional persona, and publish and push your updates back to your social networks. Continue reading “Feed your Chi.mp with your social-networks profiles”
I have been noticing for some time now, that many businesses try to reach their customers, and promote themselves through social networks. For example, the Irish House pub in Haifa, aside from having a web-site (http://irish-house.co.il/), also has a facebook group, with discussions boards, wall, photos, etc. (Irish house facebook group). Continue reading “Upload Once, Promote Everywhere”