25 Unmissable Social Media Articles From The Last 7 Days To Read This Weekend

  • Author: Niall
  • Niall Harbison,

Every week we have a look at some of the biggest social media stories that are out there and sift through the 1000s of articles to bring you 35 that you simply have to read. These are never breaking news stories but rather some of the deepest thinkers and smartest minds from the world of technology and social media. You might not be able to get through them all in one sitting but the idea is that after a busy week where the real time streams can be out of control we offer you a selection of curated news that you can read at your leisure. This week all the big boys are represented including Apple, Google and Facebook with some super stories from the industry…

The TechCrunch blogger talks about becoming a venture capitalist at the CrunchFund

Is the Internet the "Paris” of the new millennium?

Answers to 31 Social Media Questions You're Too Shy to Ask

How Ideas Spread With Social Media

Tweets cause US death row conviction to be overturned

Sean Parker: There are Too Many Startups and VCs

The New Twitter (R.I.P. Tweetie)

A Twitter for My Sister

The new, new Twitter: 10 big takeaways

Sarah Lacy And Mike Arrington Are Starting TechCrunch 2.0

Flipboard launches sleek iPhone app with new ‘Cover Stories' section

Spotify Radio gets a big makeover, goes truly unlimited

Mark It Down: June 6, 2012

Sorry, Folks, Bill Gates Is Not Coming Back to Microsoft

Exclusive: Facebook Does A Major Reorg Around Key Products

Marissa Mayer at LeWeb: Google+ Was a Pleasant Surprise

Teaching Ventures Catch the Programming Wave

Apple job openings hinting at Siri API, prettier interface and additional languages

Sean Parker Invests In Music Startup StageIt

It's a start: Facebook begins Timeline rollout in New Zealand

Library of Congress says Twitter archive will build "unique record of our time”

Gowalla Founders v. Gowalla Investors

Yahoo News is seeing huge returns from Facebook's Open Graph, is this the future of Flickr?

Why business execs shouldn't read the Steve Jobs biography

Google Chairman shares some great insights at LeWeb about the future of the company...

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