David Karp, the microblog's founder, announced the news in a blogpost yesterday. The four-strong team, which he described as an "experiment" had successfully placed stories about Tumblr's more interesting creators throughout the media, earning itself a James Beard award in the process.
Only a third of users in a SharePoint environment use it daily for document exchange because they are discouraged by the complex multi-step navigation required to complete SharePoint tasks. A new study by harmon.ie identifies the ‘Top 25 SharePoint Influencers Online’ in an attempt to give enterprises easily accessible online resources for advancing their collaboration and social initiatives.
Blogging is growing up as a career, and its practitioners are growing up, too, according to Technorati's new "State of the Blogosphere" report. Blogging is also overlapping mainstream media in consumer's minds and embracing brands.
When Saudi Arabian Ministry of Culture and Information undersecretary Abdul Rahman al-Hazzaa appeared on Arabic-language news network al-Arabiya for an interview on Thursday, the goal was to put a positive spin on a new electronic media law. Instead, al-Hazzaa sparked a media furor after his comments implied Saudi Arabian bloggers would be required to register with their government.
Aliza Sherman, co-owner of Conversify, a social media marketing company, founded the first woman-owned, full-service Internet company — Cybergrrl, Inc, back in 1995.She also founded Webgrrls International, the first women’s Internet networking group that grew to over 100 chapters worldwide in its first year.