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ComMetrics Week in Review: Why Facebook users should get a life, Twitter getting into advertising …. maybe, Google exploiting your data to do behavioral-based advertising… and more about social media monitoring.

ComMetrics Week in Review: Why users of cloud computing services should worry and how social media analytics and brand monitoring must address ROI.

ComMetrics Week in Review – the way we saw the World Wide Web this week. Will Microsoft get away with the committing the 7 deadly sins? Why does SAP follow unethical business practices? Thanks to the Canadian Privacy Commissioner for getting Facebook to finally heel and respect its users’ rights! About time.

ComMetrics Week in Review – the way we saw the World Wide Web this week. Who wins with the IRS Swiss deal regarding UBS helping Americans evade US taxes and is the Levi Strauss & Co’s interest-free monthly instalment plan for its Indian customers – urban youth & working men from rural areas – to spend more on overpriced Levi’s ethical and socially responsible? Have your say.

ComMetrics Week in Review – the way we saw the World Wide Web this week. Is it tech-savvy or foolishness that the Trabant returns to the Autobahn while we avoid building carbon-intensive infrastructure now instead of over-charging for CO2 emissions later? Have your say.

ComMetrics weekly review: Friendfeed to Berlusconi

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2009/08/09 · 13 comments 9,100 views

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ComMetrics Week in Review – the way we saw the World Wide Web this week. Is it tech-savvy or foolishness that Oscar Grübel avoids using social media to save UBS while Silvio Berlusconi has more pictures taken of his sexual escapades to bolster his image? The mind boggles.

ComMetrics weekly review: Nikon to Wii via Yahoo!

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2009/08/02 · 14 comments 12,559 views

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ComMetrics Week in Review – the way we saw the World Wide Web this week. Is it tech-savvy or foolishness that Yahoo! is getting into bed with Microsoft? Meanwhile, researchers reveal Google Android and Windows Mobile smartphones, as well as iPhones, can be hacked. Oh goody.

ComMetrics Week in Review – the way we saw the World Wide Web this week: financial greed driving Porsche to the abyss while Adobe shows irresponsibility with its clients’ security.

ComMetrics weekly review: Facebook to Morgan Stanley

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2009/07/19 · 8 comments 8,884 views

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ComMetrics Week in Review – riding out the financial storm by steering a steady course – brings you the most interesting links we came across this week on the web.

The KISS principle (Keep it simple, stupid) is needed to make an operating system or software work properly, including a great user interface and straightforward software code… but do either Microsoft or Google deliver? We tell you why both might fail the test.