- Mashable’s Twitter Guide Book Now Available for Download – And for those who are considering taking up the Tweet…
- Why Teens Don’t Tweet – Interesting analysis by Ben Parr on why it might be that teens do not use Twitter.
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- FREE — Teaching Resources and Lesson Plans from the Federal Government – A nice collection of educational resources available for free from the Federal Government. It will be interesting to see how this and other resources (such as data.gov) continue to grow as the Feds try to become more open and transparent.
- Facebook Users Are Getting Older. Much Older. – Watching nech tech go mainstream. Remember whaen e-mail and AOL did the same thing? From the article: "If the iStrategyLabs numbers are correct, Facebook, simply put, is not a young site anymore. Most of the users (20,3 million, or 28.2% overall) on the site belong to the 35 – 54 age group. Compare that to the age group that was once Facebook’s bread and butter – the 18 – 24 group – which is now in third place with 18 million (25.1%) users, behind the 25 – 34 year old group, which makes for 25.2% of Facebook’s user base with 18.1 million users. The number of users aged 55 and over has grown from negligible 950,000 to 5.9 million in mere six months."
- Twitter / FDArecalls – FDA has started using Twitter to announce recalls. A great example of how the Feds are beginning to adopt social media tools!
- Pew Internet: Generations Online in 2009 – Over half of the adult internet population is between 18 and 44 years old. But larger percentages of older generations are online now than in the past, and they are doing more activities online, according to surveys taken from 2006-2008.
- Pew Internet: Adults and SNS – The share of adult internet users who have a profile on an online social network site has more than quadrupled in the past four years — from 8% in 2005 to 35% now, according to the Pew Internet & American Life Project's December 2008 tracking survey.
- The End of Marketing and PR? | Steve Kayser’s Riffs, Tiffs and What Ifs – Steve Kayser puts together a really robust list of examples of how "Web 2.0" is changing the world of marketing. A great case study resource too!