Dave Copeland is a tech reporter whose work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, and ReadWrite. He teaches journalism at Bridgewater State University.
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Soon, there will be no such thing as oversharing.
On Sep 22, 2011 by Dave Copeland
Going online to cope with life's challenges isn't a perfect solution, but it helps many.
Paid messages from politicians are now everywhere, including Twitter.
On Sep 21, 2011 by Dave Copeland
Scrolling real-time updates annoy many of the social network's users.
The new site for back-fence gossip is Topix, where small-town America shares its secrets.
On Sep 20, 2011 by Dave Copeland
The Twitter handle that Netflix should have gotten before rebranding its DVD service has come to life. And it definitely does not fit in with the company's branding.
The much-derided "poke" feature on Facebook is now in hiding.
Take note: next time you launch a company, you just might want to check to see who owns the name on Twitter.
On Sep 19, 2011 by Dave Copeland
A man and a woman were apparently killed for their online protests of the country's drug cartels.
On Sep 16, 2011 by Dave Copeland
A London hedge fund seeks an advantage through analyzing messages on Twitter.
On Sep 15, 2011 by Dave Copeland
In a bizarre spectacle, the Afghani Taliban and NATO take "uncharacteristically provocative" trash talk to Twitter.
On Sep 14, 2011 by Dave Copeland
Facebook quietly launched a feature that can allow people to follow each other even if they're not friends or even "friends."