Every week, we have a look at some of the biggest social media stories that are out there, sift through the thousands of articles on offer and bring you 25 stories 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, offering their thoughts and views regarding the biggest stories of the week.
You won't make it through them all in one sitting but it'll bring you up to speed with this week's happenings. So just sit back, grab a coffee and enjoy.
- The billion-dollar social media question.
- The four different types of mobile apps out there.
- Why Silicon Valley Can do better than Facebook.
- The cure for information overload.
- 2D books are over: Augmented reality breathes new life into the classics.
- Seven social networking apps for when Facebook jumps the shark.
- The story behind Payment Disruptor Stripe.com and its founder Patrick Collison.
- How videogames are using the power of crowdsourcing to get a kick start.
- So, is there a tech bubble or not?
- Recruiting and reinventing: How companies are using social media in the hiring process.
- Facebook and Twitter pushes more traffic to Tumblr than Google, according to Tumblr's CEO.
- Why social learning benefits your business.
- The four most underhyped trends in social TV.
- Why Facebook is going to need all the friends it can get.
- Why a nine year-old's blog highlights the internet's real potential.
- Google's secret weapon for social: your photos.
- Pinterest is turning Google+ into a ghost town for advertisers.
- Why Facebook just launched its own Instagram.
- Could MySpace become cool again?
- What can we learn from the latest brand to be called out for paid links.
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- The lure of the store: Why authorities are sweetening deals for new Apple stores.
- Why Yahoo's new browser plug-in and mobile browser Axis is going to fail.
- Jonathan Ive: Apple's design genius is British to the core.
- How mobile expedites search, approval and purchase of products.
- Inside Forbes: The five real-time screens that help us run the newsroom.
Finally on Simply Viral, we've all seen case study videos featuring social media facts and stats so this parody by ThePoke.co.uk and @madeupstats is genius.
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