If Benjamin Taylor had made one album and it was 2008's The Legend Of Kung Folk, he would have fulfilled his creative contract with the music gods.
Sociologists report that the average number of close confidants per citizen has dropped from four to two. We may be losing or marginalizing our definition of a friend.
So, you want to be an entrepreneur. Sure, some VCs are a little gun-shy, but the smart ones are investing. How do you get them to invest in you?
Like it or not, the line between consumer-focused social networks and business-driven software continues to blur. The networks we joined to share party photos and witty remarks with friends now connect to our business tools, and web-based workplace platforms.
With St. Patrick's Day around the corner, we took some time to reveal who is going to need the luck of the Irish most. For those new to CRUSH, there ...
The L.A. Times wrote a story entitled: MySpace looks to the past for its future. Really? The story goes on to say, "The social networking site pla...
The Internet is a cruel, cruel business in which if you're not going up, you're going down, a decline which nobody has yet been much able to reverse. ...
What goes through people's minds when they think that people who they haven't seen in years and years might want to once again want to be in touch? Don't they remember what the original quality of their relationships was like?
Coffee shops are classrooms for life lessons and insights on human behavior. Today's lesson was about the perils of tech elitism that I think the echo...
It is worthy of a business school case study how News Corp. has so often managed not to acknowledge or be blamed for its messes.
People should pay for music to support all the unknown artists out there who are trying to make it. What if internet piracy had existed in the 1960s? No Dylan? No Beatles? Would Bono be working as a longshoreman?
I spoke with two of the three Nico "Vegas" (Aja Volkman, guitarist Rich Koehler and drummer Dan Epand) about commercial success and what's up next.
If news media outlets want to thrive in this new environment, they need to start thinking of themselves as apps.
I'm Daniel Sieberg. I'm a recovering social network addict. And my life is not a status update.
In a stunning admission on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano compared the nation's terrorist watch list to the once-popular social networking site, MySpace.
Google is now pulling content for real-time search from Twitter, FriendFeed, Jaiku and Identi.ca and will be adding Facebook and MySpace updates in the coming weeks.