Social Media News Tidbits

December 17, 2008 at 3:41 pm Leave a comment

We’ve been really slammed with work relating to the upcoming full release of our Sibdu social network for commercial/investment real estate, along with other social-networking projects we’ve been bidding on/taking on. Because of this, I haven’t had much of a chance to blog here lately (or do much of anything at Twitter, either).

Besides the additional workload, I also injured myself in a bad slip-and-fall in my back yard last week (darn, no one to sue) and have bruised ribs as a result. If you’ve ever had bruised, cracked or broken ribs before, you know that: a) it’s really painful, and b) there’s not a darn thing you can do about it, besides pop anti-inflammatories and/or pain pills. Which means that I’m: a) in pain, and b) in a fog.

Toss in the personal injury with the work stuff, and blogging has been pretty much impossible. So I decided to hit the Net and dig up some good social networking-related stories for you, as a way to get back into your good graces. Hope it works:

I’ll probably have one or two more posts before the holiday season comes upon us.


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