Category Archives: Profiles

Matching advertisement to consumer profiles part 2

Michael Arrington at TechCrunch has written a nice post on a user profiling in a social community Piczo. The idea is to let the user decorate his profile page in a similar way teenagers do with their bedroom. Hanging posters, … Continue reading

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High Risk investment: Microsoft wants a piece of Facebook

Different sources (for example here, here, here) reported that Microsoft might be putting a large financial injection into Facebook. According to the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft might invest $300 to $500Mln to obtain a stake of 5% in Facebook. Thus … Continue reading

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A cold case of SNIF, or Social Network Invitations Fatigue

Just saw Robert Scoble, probably one of the world heaviest social network users (in number of networks and size of his network), exclaiming he isn’t going to try out any more new initiatives unless at least 100 people ask him … Continue reading

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