What happens when Facebook becomes ‘aware?’

During a recent conversation with a coworker about having to defriend a certain someone, the question came up: "What happens when Facebook really becomes aware of what you're doing?"
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Social Print Studio brings social photos right to your door

A venture that started out offering posters depicting your Facebook friends' profile pictures has now diversified to put social photos right in your mailbox — that's right, your actual mailbox.
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Student-athletes cry foul at school’s social media contract

The student-athletes who cried foul at a school's social media contract are actually off base.
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So You’re a Social Media Manager, Now What?

Have you found yourself as the person in your company with the most "social media experience" -- as in, you have accounts on all the big networks and you essentially know how to casually use them -- and therefore you have been donned the resident expert and given the reigns to the cor
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Are you practicing ‘fair use’ properly?

As a blogger, what do you do if you see a post or an article that you really want use when you write about the same subject? Do you copy part of the post, try to summarize it as best you can, simply put a link to the post?
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Dynamic dozen must-follow Twitter accounts

This is what I feel is a pretty diverse and dynamic list of Twitter accounts -- all real people, no corporate accounts here.
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Maximizing your Twitter bio space

When it comes to a Twitter bio, 160 characters are more than enough for a call to action, but creating a custom landing page can reveal so much more about who you are and what you do.
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About.me no longer under AOL’s umbrella

When I logged into the service today, I was prompted to take a short survey. I did so, and I hope my feedback is useful to the team over there.
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Don’t forget to keep the social in your social media

So you've gotten a few people to like your page or follow your Twitterations, and now it's time to start sending out those links -- right?
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Is What You Do In Public OK For Public Publication?

So a Twitter power-poster recently at a Burger King overheard an argument from a couple. He offered a play-by-play recap of the action on his Twitter profile.
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