Famigo Sandbox lets you create a kid friendly section on your Android device which prevents them from using applications, surfing the web, make or receive calls, send text messages and perform other activities. You can allow them to play games and use specific applications while blocking internet access and access to other
"Blogging is largely dead." "There are a lot of stupid people out there ... and stupid people shouldn't write." "There needs to be a better system for tuning down the stupid people and tuning up the smart people." Serial entrepreneur and publisher Jason Calacanis has never been opposed to saying what is on his mind. In fact, it is the characteristic that has helped him rise to the top of the Internet publishing world. He sat down with our managing editor Abraham Hyatt onstage at the ReadWriteWeb 2WAY Summit on Monday and dished on his thoughts about the state...
Do you like watching videos? Do you think you can predict what the world’s next viral videos would be? Or maybe you’re just bored and looking for some new YouTube action? If you answered yes to at least one of these questions, you're going to love the new joint effort coming our way from YouTube and Google Research.
Update: Facebook has made the download link available in the Help Center. Facebook is busy perfecting a Messenger desktop application for Windows that compacts the best of Facebook -- chat, ticker and notifications -- into an always-accessible, dock-able miniature window.
This bag is formed from excellent site Startup Review (www.startup-review.com) whice is a blog that profiles successful Internet start-ups in a case study format. The site was founded by Nisan Gabbay.
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How to learn the art of community management? Follow the following steps:
1. Watch the video: Community Management Crib Notes
2. Read the embedded e-book: The Art of Community
3. Check out the website of Community Leadership Summit
4. Follow Jono Bacon (@jonobacon) on Twitter
5. Follow 6 Top Community Managers Mashable mentioned on Twitter