MacJury #1001: Social Networking in the Age of Earthquake Relief and Late Night TV Wars

The MacJury convenes to discuss the impact of social networks, framed by two very different recent events: the Haiti earthquake and the late night TV war over Conan O’Brien vs. Jay Leno. The panel examines the participatory environment that has evolved, the implications of instant social communication, and the different focuses of each of the major social networks. The importance of Bill Gates finally joining Twitter, why users are still figuring out LinkedIn, proactive vs. reactive participation, and some advice from Mark Twain that can be applied to online social interactions are all discussed by the panel of:

Shelly Brisbin Victor Cajiao Jeff Gamet John Grzeskowiak
Shelly

Brisbin

Victor

Cajiao

Jeff

Gamet

John

Grzeskowiak

Maria Langer Chuck Joiner
Maria

Langer

Chuck

Joiner

Links:

Chuck Joiner on Twitter

The MacVoices Group

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Shelly Brisbin

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App Store Pundit

Shelly’s blog

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Victor Cajiao

Victor Cajiao on Twitter

Typical Mac User Podcast

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Jeff Gamet

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Apple Weekly Report


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John Grzeskowiak

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RadTech

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Maria Langer
Maria Langer on Twitter

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Maria’s Guides

An Eclectic Mind – Maria Langer’s personal blog

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