Hardly any surprises here – I’ve covered the popularity of Friendster in Asia in my Social Media podcasts, and the sophistication of the Malaysian social network industry in blog posts: Friendster, the social network which set things off more than half a decade ago has finally been sold after several attempts in the past years. […]
In Singapore, Bernard Chan has used Facebook and social networks to fight for fairer transport costs for students. Social Media Asia.
Thailand have a social media competition – inviting bloggers to undertake a “team” holiday set with challenges they have to blog about.
I found this online community of bloggers today. Kinda cool: TechXav is a technology blog managed by a group of young and adroit bloggers between the age of 14-15. As tech enthusiasts, we write articles related to technology, especially what’s new on the web. For example, we review Web 2.0 apps, start-ups, publish breaking news […]
There’s a great article in The Star (Malaysia) by David Gibson of Inter-Asia. Malaysian Internet users like Facebook, Myspace, and Friendster. They’re also connecting via Twitter, LindedIn and Plaxo, and eBlogger. They use resources such as Slideshare, iTunes, Flickr, and YouTube. Nine of the Top 20 websites in Malaysia are social networking sites, and the […]
Friendster may be up for sale, but where do these sites site in the evolutionary path of social networks?
Laurel Papworth presenting on social media and leadership, brand reputation, for Females in It&T (FITT) in Sydney on June 12th luncheon. Come join us!
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