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On Saturday night at SXSWi, Jay Adelson, CEO of Digg.com, announced that the company is in the process of completely rebuilding their site. He highlighted many new features that the new Digg will utilize and Read More »

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Last week Lindsay Lohan decided it was a good time to file a lawsuit against online stockbroker E*Trade. A month after the Superbowl, the celebrity has been emotionally damaged by what Read More »

In class on Monday we discussed the tools necessary for PR in upcoming years. Though each student individually came up with a unique set of three skills, there was a general consensus on the most important Read More »

On February 20, Sprite concluded its national step competition, aptly named the Sprite Step-off, in Atlanta, Georgia. Black sororities and fraternities from around the country Read More »

Last week Mediapost reported that Twitter will be unleashing a medium for advertisements on the micro-blogging site in the near future. In a panel on interactive advertising Read More »

On Friday Tiger Woods apologized to the world for his extra-marital infidelities, of which the public was made aware about three months ago. During his speech he made it clear that he had let down Read More »

Chatroulette is the new fad amongst teenagers and internet people around the world. Created in November, the site was founded as a way for a small group of friends in Moscow to communicate, but has grown to host 20,000+ users per day (there are 29,364 as I write this). Chatroulette has gone viral within the past few weeks, making its way to Read More »

On Tuesday Google launched Buzz, their attempt to breach the social media world. The service claims to organize multiple social media outlets by connecting them all to Buzz, which itself is integrated into Gmail. Google has gained some attention Read More »

Sunday was the biggest day of the year for advertising. Perhaps due to price, people probably pay more attention to ads during the Superbowl than any other time of the year. It was reported that for a 30-second ad spot this year companies would have to shell out Read More »

If you’re not familiar with it, geolocation is a relatively new phenomenon (especially in social media) which allows users to tag their blog posts, Facebook updates, Tweets, etc. to a specific, real world location a la Google maps. Some social media gurus believe Read More »