The Friday Hangover: Osama Edition


So there was a news story that happened this week and I would be stupid if I didn’t talk about it.  BlackBerry world happ…no wait, nobody owns a Blackberry anymore.  This week as we all know Osama died and destroyed the Internet.  Osama showed us the true power of social media with 2.2 million tweets within a 12 hour span.  Now if you’re not impressed by that number something is wrong.  Twitter and social media world is slowly becoming a force to be reckoned with in the news world.    In other news this week though LastPass gets hacked, Bing partners with RIM, and Twitter does starts to send you replies. Continue reading

Friday Hangover: The Great Share button.


Facebook…Facebook…what will I do without you for news?  If you didn’t hear Facebook created a new button this week as they made the first ever Share button.  This button just serves as a simple reminder that email is not dead, which is a debate that’s been going on in the last year, with the rise of social media.  In other news this week though…Delicious gets a new owner, the White iPhone finally comes out and Myspace is officially put on the block.

Pic of the Week:

The Ultimate View.

My Easter weekend, in a nutshell.

The Friday Hangover
The Stories you missed, while you were drunk with your work week.

Delicious gets new owners.

Who wants to buy Myspace?

TweetDeck goes 2.0

RIM buys Tungle

White iPhone is here.

Google Docs gets an App

Sony loses your information.

Windows phone named.

The Nook gets apps.

Frito Lay sets Guiness Record


Person to follow:  Ignite Social Media
Ignite Social Media, boasts that they are the original social media agency, but regardless of if they were or not they know a thing or two about Social Media and you should be following them.  You can find them at their blog or find out more at their website

Friday Hangover: The Crash.


Yesterday morning, I didn’t know what my lead story was…until Amazon experienced server problems causing problems with a whole handful of sites including Reddit, Quora, Hootsuite, Aintitcoolnews,, and Foursquare to name just a few.  As a person who uses Hootsuite on a working basis, this was a giant pain that I could of lived without.  As somebody on Twitter said today, are we really ready for cloud computing?  Hmmm…makes you wonder.  In other news though the Kindle goes to the library, Google offers coupons, and your iPhone tracks your movements.

Pic of the week:

The Medicine of ChampionsAgain, sorry for any co-workers I might’ve gotten sick this week.

The Friday Hangover:
Stories you missed while you were drunk with your work week.

Visa goes Real-Time

Google Earth Builder goes live.

Kindle goes to the library.

Google offers coupons.

Foursquare sets record.

Analytics opened to all.

Your iPhone is tracking your movements.

Facebook updates it’s security.

Groupon buys Whrrl.

FBI Seizes Poker sites.

Person to follow:  Joshua Topolsky
Joshua Topolsky is ex-editor and podcaster of Engadget.  You can find him these days at or listen to his new podcast This is my next podcast.