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User Generated Content Report
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Price: Free! Words: 14,610. Language: English. Published: September 25, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Computers and Internet » Web / user generated content
A helpful and informative guide to the world of user-generated content. Covers everything from social media through to blogs, forums, rating systems, user commenting, user reviews and a whole heap more. Includes useful examples, hints and tips, insider knowledge, legal issues, pitfalls to watch-out for, and ways that will help transform any kind of website into a highly active user experience.
A Silicon Valley Writer Volume 1 (2008-2009) (Blog Postings)
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Series: A Silicon Valley Writer Blog Postings. Price: Free! Words: 12,150. Language: American English. Published: April 4, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Publishing » Self-publishing
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The first volume of blog postings from A Silicon Valley Writer about writing and being a writer, featuring 19 blog postings from 2008 through 2009: "The Screen Writer's Question," "The Writer & The Bedbugs," "Then Suddenly The Book Is Done," "The Blackmail of David Letterman," and "Aiming For The Prairie Schooner Book Prize."
Once Upon An Albatross... Volume 1 (1999-2005) (Blog Postings)
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Series: Once Upon An Albatross... Blog Postings. Price: Free! Words: 7,520. Language: English. Published: September 8, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
The first volume of blog postings from Once Upon An Albatross... about life in Silicon Valley, featuring 20 blog postings from 1999 through 2005, and an appendix on how a Wildcat! BBS in 1995 morphed into various websites over the years until becoming a WordPress blog.
Gadget Culture and the Pursuit of Happiness
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Price: Free! Words: 10,430. Language: British English. Published: January 6, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Computers and Internet » Web / user generated content
The late Steve Jobs has become a figurehead of our modern “gadget culture.” His ubiquitous “iThings” have bestowed meaning to our boring lives and profane identities and redefined the world for us. In an era of intense discomfort, iThings, Lolcats and accidental Internet celebrities like Matt Harding guide us through our lives and have taken on a central role in our daily pursuit of happiness.