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The Evolution of TechCrunchTV: A Slick NY Studio and the Power of Videoblogging

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Launched just over a year ago, now with 1700 videos and millions of streams, TechCrunchTV is expanding with new programming, a state-of-the-art studio at the Aol headquarters in Manhattan and a focus on videoblogging.
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Page Admins Can Target Individual Wall Posts by @allfacebook #facebook

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Facebook has posted a note indicating that administrators can target individual wall posts to subsets of viewers.
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New Bing Ads Show Facebook Within The Search Experience by @SimplyZesty

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Bing have put Facebook at the center of their new search stragegy and these TV adverts show just how crucial Facebook social search will be.
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10 Interesting Details About Twitter’s Mysterious CTO #twitter

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The first Chief Technology Officer of one of the most important communication technology companies of our time has left his job today – and for a guy who made public disclosure easier than ever, we hardly knew the man.
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WordPress: The Free Software With a Big Economy & How You Can Get Involved

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Just about everyone reading this will be familiar with WordPress: it’s the behemoth on the content management scene, employed by millions of blogs and web publications large and small alike. The Next Web runs on WordPress, as do most of our competitors, and these days you have to look a little harder to find sites that run on the giants of the past such as Joomla! (formerly Mambo) and the perpetual underdog, Drupal.
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