Tag Archives for Myspace

Emerging Social Networks: Part I

Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter have become part of our daily vernacular.  Many of us consume our news – fact or fiction – from a social media platform.  In fact, most televised news programs refer to social media in some form at least once during the broadcast.  Programs and support groups have been developed to address and cure […]

Meetings and Google+: More Similar Than You Think?

As I pondered Google+ in preparation for the writing of this series, I was struck by the parallels between Google+ – its triumphs and tribulations – and meetings and events.  Here are several correlations that I found:  In the early days of my more active participation on Google+, I vividly remember being struck by how graphically […]

Social Media or Proprietary Software?

Myspace appeared as the first online networking community in 2003, followed soon after by Facebook. Social networking continued to spread and thrive in a variety of different forms, as LinkedIn and Twitter also became mainstream social media platforms. It was not a fad that would pass in due course. As these sites took root, other […]