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News Junkie? Get Your Fix at Alltop

January 28, 2009 No comments yet

alltop

I’ll admit, I’m addicted to Alltop. If you’re unfamiliar with the service, I’ll do my best to get you up to speed.

Let’s start with the basics. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a way for sites to deliver their content to you via a feed reader. If you’re unfamiliar with this, don’t sweat it….I’ll cover it in detail on here soon. What you need to know is that you can set up a feed reader to “catch” all your feeds in one place - eliminating the need to visit multiple sites daily/hourly. I have well over 300 feeds in my feed reader that I use to find new software, news about social media happenings, technology, and a ton of other things. It’s a great source for inspiration or breaking news.

Even Obama Does it - Social Media Plans for the White House

January 24, 2009 No comments yet

Photo Courtesy <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexandramatzke/3000990591/">alexandra.matzke</a>
I just ran across a post on TechCrunch called How Obama Will Use Web Technology, and it’s a very interesting read. As the title implies, they discuss the plans Obama’s team has for continuing their web presence. Make sure you take a few minutes and check it out.

Obama’s team led a very effective campaign and used social media to help its grassroots effort. The result was one of the most impressive Presidential victories in history. If that doesn’t show you the power of social media, nothing will.



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