Social Media Blog Posts Related To Mobile

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Social Media Comic: The Technophobe

You know them…the people who dismiss any new technology as “new-fangled” or “silly”. They didn’t want email addresses, they were terrified to engage in e-Commerce, and now they dismiss social media as just something that kids do. Enjoy the new social media comic about technophobes.

[Comic] Social Media Security Fail

Ever had your Facebook or Twitter account hacked by friends or family? Maybe it was your fault for leaving your computer or mobile device unlocked.

Social Media Comic: Do You Really Need All Those Gadgets?

Mobile technology and social networking have certainly converged and are helping us stay in touch. But do we need to be “always on and always on-call” in our lives? Does the social/mobile connection actually cause issues?

Sex, Drugs, and Social Media – Do You Talk To Your Kids About Their Digital Behaviors?

Have you thought about talking to your teen about the good, bad and ugly of social media?

Easily Turn Your Nook Color Into A Full Android Tablet Without Voiding The Warranty

Want to turn your Nook Color tablet into a dual-boot Android tablet without voiding the warranty? Want to be able to switch back and forth between the Nook OS and Android? Check out these easy to follow steps!

Updated: It’s Your Toilet Calling! What Germs Are On Your Mobile Device?

How clean is your cell phone? You’d probably be disgusted to know. Which? Magazine recently conducted a test to determine which was dirtier; a cell phones, or a toilet flush handle. Guess which one lost? The clear loser was the cell phone with the tested mobiles having high levels of faecal Coliforms and Enterobacteriaceae. Yuck!

Apple Support Discussions – Online Community Management Gone Bad

Not only am I having a terrible time with the iOS 5 upgrade on my iPad, but now my post on the Apple iPad Support Discussion Forum has been deleted because it “contained feedback or feature requests”. Really?!?

If Angry Birds Had Been Created By Infocom, Would It Have Been As Fun?

As I watch my son play Angry Birds on the iPad, it got me thinking about what Angry Birds would have looked like if it were written by Infocom. Here’s a sample for your nostalgic enjoyment.

Are You Planning To Use QR Codes In Your 2011 Marketing?

As I mentioned in a previous article, some marketing firms are really starting to use QR codes in unique, effective ways. Yesterday, Mashable published a great infographic on the current state of understanding of QR codes, where they started, and how they have evolved.

Sprint Overdrive 4G WiFi Hotspot – Needs To Be Less “Hot” and More “Spot”

The Sprint Overdrive just isn’t a viable replacement for cable or DSL yet. Even though I live right in the middle of a 4G hotspot, I was not able to keep stable service and the device has serious overheating issues that need to be addressed.

What Will We Call The Next Generation Of Communication Devices?

Our handheld communication devices have been known by quite a few names. They started as “cellular phones”, shortened to “cell phones” & shifted toward “mobile phones”.

[UPDATED] ZaggMate with Keyboard for Apple iPad – Issue Resolved By Great Customer Service

While the Zaggmate plus Keyboard is a nice case and keyboard, the design and manufacturing of the charging system might be an issue.

280 Daily Tries To Fill The Niche Between Twitter And Tumblr By Asking You To Archive Your Life

Is there a need for yet another microblogging service? The folks at 280 Daily think so. Their angle is to ask users to summarize their day in 280 characters.

A Nice Example Of A QR Code Used Effectively

This evening, I noticed that the upcoming Jason Statham movie, The Mechanic, had a QR code cleverly hidden amongst the various guns on the poster, so I thought I’d check it out and see what was being offered via the QR code.