Facebook or may be other networking sites have been eating in to the available time of young school kids. The usage is so addictive that once you open an account, the Facebook features spread a web around you and make your mind dance to its tunes. Like children of US and EU countries, Indian School kids have found the temptation to go back and back again to the portal too much to resist. Continue reading
We all live in a world which is so connected that we hardly have time to lead our offline lives.No doubt Internet has loads of information and one can find virtually anything and everything on Internet, but it has also brought along with it some sort of addiction. Surfing aimlessly without any specific purpose is what can be termed as addiction. Young students are worst affected from this syndrome. The whole process starts with chatting and emailing friends, joining social media groups and then checking every 20-30 minutes whether there have been any updates.
YouTube has embraced Twitter and provided place of pride on its videos. Now along with MySpace and Facebook, Twitter functionality will also be available for shared posting. This is in a acknowledgement of how big Twitter has become. This is a pretty cool functionality and by using this, YouTube videos can now be shared with followers of a specific Twitter account. Continue reading
Orkut is the most popular social networking portal in India. The report published by comScore, Inc a leading organization which measure and monitors the digital trend indicated this in their press release. Report shows, over a one year period, Dec 2007 to Dec 2008 a healthy 51% increase in popularities of all social networking websites pooled together. The data and the trend are quite surprising as Orkut does not even figure amongst the top five social networking sites in the world. Worldwide data compiled by comScore Inc. for the month of Nov 2008 places Orkut at no. 9. Continue reading