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Chrome, Mozilla for iOS – Will Apple Open Up the Browser Spot?

Wow. It’s a hot one. Early show this week to celebrate July 4th without doing much work. Happy Independence week, it’s a great time to reflect on what your forefathers did to give you the freedoms you have. It’s also a week to be and stay safe – don’t drink and drive, and certainly don’t drink and light off large fireworks. Also back from a big week at Ford. Lots of video coming soon! This week’s show is Ad-Free. Hotline – 608-205-4378 – geekazine (at) gmail.com Download the audio version  Subscribe to the podcast via: Feedburner – Zune – iTunes – TechPodcasts – Blubrry – Stitcher You can catch me on Twitter...

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About.me as a Business Card – emarketingvids.com

I was on emarketingvids.com today for Apps n Tools Thursday talking about business cards. I still believe the old fashioned card is still important in your everyday meetings. However, if you need to meet with someone virtually, you can use another type of business card. It’s called About.me and you can use it as an online business card. Put your profile together, link to all your sites including LinkedIn and Facebook. There is even a contest going on. If you liked the video, please vote for Geekazine to be the face of About.me on a Times Square billboard: http://about.me/Geekazine  ...

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MyPRGenie – Create your own Press Release Channel – Blogworld #BWE09

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (131.3MB) The world of PR is still a distant one for me. There are many things I need to learn about how to utilize this method to bring in more readers. I have worked with a few sites, but never thought of creating my own PR site for Geekazine. Enter in MyPRGenie – They are a site that lets you create your own PR channel to be sent to over 4,000 newswires, as well as multiple social networks like Facebook and linkedIn. With a custom pricing plan, you can setup a free plan,...

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Facebook in Power (dot com) Struggle

Power dot com, an agregator for social networking sites, has sued Facebook over issues of access. The suit, however, is framed in terms of “Who owns users’ data?” The Reuters story (full story here) is short of details of what exactly Power dot com wants to do with the data, but I’m guessing it’s an issue of access. I went to the Power dot com site; it asked me to log into Twitter, LinkedIn, orkut, MySpace, or hi5 with my site password (not a separate Power dot com password). It also offered me the chance to create an account at...