Like all of you, I’ve been a silent witness to Facebook’s growth and its overtaking of MySpace in terms of unique visitors. Latest figures from comScore showed that Facebook’s unique visitors for June reached the 77 million mark already. This is a big leap from the unique visitors in May which is roughly 70.28 million.
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In these trying times, the regular workforce are having a hard time looking for work. What more for newly grads who are looking for a nice internship program to get them by during the summer before their transition into the regular workforce. Thanks to Twitter, some of the these interns have found a new job opportunity – as “Twinterns”.
First the facts – Google has officially announced its latest and most over-hyped project yet – the Chrome OS. Google Chrome OS is touted as an open source ang lightweight OS specifically geared for netbooks. Google will be launching it in partnership with netbook manufacturers. And Google Chrome was built upon the Google Chrome platform, or in other words it is basically Google Chrome running on its own withouth Windows XP or Vista.
No, Facebook is not going into that kind of Adult thing that you might be thinking when you read the title of this post. What I mean to say is that Facebook users are getting older. And by older I mean way older. Citing an independent report on the demographic stats of Facebook’s Social Ads platform by analytics company iStrategy Lab, Mashable is reporting that majority of Facebook users now belong to the 24-54 age range, with siginicant increase in usage by users who belong to the 55 and above age range.
When was the last time you’ve visited blog aggregator – Technorati? Well, it looks like the site has suddenly stopped indexing blogs. If you check it right now, the last times its index was update 4 or 5 days ago. Did we miss on any announcement about this? Is Technorati closing down, or just having a grand vacation?