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MemeTracker: Did The Blog or MSM Do It First?

MemeTracker is a cool and unique tool that I found last week and wanted to share with you. The original intent of MemeTracker is to identify the source of unique...

ethiquette.ca

How are Canadian consumers able to find and discuss 'good' products? Will ethiquette.ca...

Searching for the Best Search Engine

Which search engine do you like best? Bill Wittur of Bottree Digital Services compares the three from a unique perspective: that of the digital strategist and media...

Google TV Buying: A Game Changing Moment for Canadian Media?

Google has launched TV ad buying for networks in the US. For the time being, we in Canada will have to wait to be able to buy TV ads through...

Make Your Own Google TV Ads … But Not in Canada

It used to be that ‘only in Canada’ was an ad slogan leveraged long ago to espouse the unique production of a certain tea … in Canada only. Anyways, I...

Do You Use LinkedIn Polls?

LinkedIn polls are not new, and I’m not feeling brave enough to use them yet (still thinking of that ‘ultimate’ poll question, I suppose), but I thought I’d at least...

Plurk the New Twitter?

I’ve just joined Plurk.  It’s a little like Twitter. I’ll keep you posted on how it...

Connect

Facebook and Google both launched a version of ‘Connect’ a few weeks ago.  Facebook’s version can be found here.  Google’s here. Sharing your identity has fantastic ramifications.  This site went...

BOSS: The Future of Search (and Yahoo)?

Will Yahoo's new product be the BOSS of search in...

Newsladder: Realtime News

Newsladder launches real-time...

 
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