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How Much Happens on the Internet Every 60 Seconds?

Think about your activity on the internet at any given minute—chances are it’s all over the place. You could very easily be jumping from Twitter to Facebook, listening to Spotify, shooting off an email, downloading a movie, reading a news site, Googling background info to better understand aforementioned news site, and that’s just on a slow day. Now extrapolate that out to the billions of people online every minute of every day. So suffice it to say, the internet’s pretty bumpin’ on a consistent basis. But just how bumpin’, you ask?

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LinkedIn is taking another page from the playbooks of Facebook and Twitter with its latest ad product.

LinkedIn introduced Sponsored Updates on Tuesday, which will let the more than 3 million companies on the social network pay to promote updates to a broader audience, rather than just to those users who already follow them.

“With Sponsored Updates, marketers will be able to distribute this content directly to relevant professionals in a place their customers and prospects are already consuming professionally relevant content,” David Hahn, LinkedIn’s vice president of product management, said in a statement. “Marketers can target Sponsored Updates to any segment of our premium audience based on professional profile data across more than 225 million members.” Read more…More about Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Sponsored Content, and Business

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Could there be a less expensive Google Glass competitor coming soon? GlassUp aims to give customers an alternative to Google’s connected glasses with its own pair of augmented reality specs.

Italian company GlassUp was recently added to crowdfunding site Indiegogo and has already raised nearly $25,000 (of its $150,000 goal). Similar to Google Glass, the eyewear works with your smartphone and makes it easy to see emails, text messages, Facebook updates and news right in front of your eyes. Its maker, Gianluigi Tregnaghi, says he created GlassUp two years ago — before Google ever announced its Glass product. Read more…More about Mobile, Indiegogo, Tech, Gadgets, and Google Glass

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Maria_prehistoric_comicMark Zuckerberg may take credit for the modern-day social network, but recent findings show that the “Like” button can be traced all the way back to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. OK, not really…

In this Sunday comic, Maria Scrivan imagines that in a time, way before Facebook, there was still social networking

Comic written and illustrated by Maria Scrivan. Published with permission; all rights reserved. Read more…More about Comic, Social Networking, Comics, Humor, and Watercooler

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