Tag Archives: Social

Why I Deleted the Facebook App from my Smartphone

Today I deleted the Facebook app from my smartphone. I’ve been considering doing that for a long time, but my final decision came when I understood what was happening to me: The posts that I created on my free time … Continue reading

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Employability and the Three Stages of a Successful Career Path

I have many young friends who ask for my personal advice on long-term career strategies. Of course it seems that today almost everyone dreams about becoming an entrepreneur and having his own start-up company. But as a Plan B, if … Continue reading

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A Social Watching Experience for Yahoo! Connected TV

Connected TV is one of Yahoo!’s most innovative products. The basic idea is that your TV set should be as smart as other devices such as your smartphone or your tablet. In other words, the Connected TV is always connected … Continue reading

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Three rules to keep your sanity: Avoiding trouble on Facebook

Facebook is a wonderful tool for communication. It allows you to keep in touch with people whom otherwise you would have lost contact completely. It’s great to have news from our old friends and to see pictures from relatives who live … Continue reading

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Continuous Learning: Keeping up-to-date and acquiring new skills

According to the Bible, after Adam sinned and ate the forbidden fruit, God said to him: “By the sweat of your face you shall eat bread” (Genesis 3:19). Hard work has been the reality of humanity during known history, however … Continue reading

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The Facebook Killer: Lack of Reciprocity

Some people claim that Facebook will be replaced by some other social network such as Google+. I think that the real Facebook killer will be the Lack of Reciprocity: If you are constantly posting about your personal life, you will … Continue reading

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