July 24, 2014

LA Times: Some Teens Aren’t Liking Facebook as Much As Older Users

From the Los Angeles Times: With more than 900 million users, Facebook remains the most popular online hangout. But some young people are turning their attention elsewhere. They are checking out new mobile apps, hanging out on Tumblr and Twitter, and sending plain-old text messages from their phones. Their goal is to hook up with […]

Audio: Interview With David Karp, Founder and CEO of Tumblr

From WNYC, New York: The founder and CEO of Tumblr, David Karp, discusses the successful micro-blogging site, Tumblr’s efforts to launch the editorial project “Storyboard,” and other tech news. Direct to Storyboard Project See Also: Tumblr Does Its Own Curating With New Storyboard Project (via Mashable)

Infographic: Online Sharing Trends in 2011, Facebook Makes Up 52% of Sharing on Web

From the AddThis Blog: The response to our infographic on sharing trends from 2010 was so high, we knew we had to follow up this year. Allow us to introduce trends in sharing for 2011. Beyond just the most popular sharing services, we’ve taken a look back at the most shared stories this year. The […]

Infographic: "Social Network Wars: How The Five Major Platforms Stack Up"

Sarah Kessler and Emily Caufield at Mashable have done an impressive job putting together a helpful infographic that allows you to quickly determine and compare key features on five social networking platforms. The infographic might make a useful training handout and/or link to share. Direct to Infographic The Platforms Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Tumblr The […]

Five Public Libraries Using Tumblr

1. New York Public Library 2. Chicago Public Library A ||| B 3. Hennepin County Public Library, MN 4. Royal Oak, MI Public Library 5. Norton Public Library, MA Public Library

Media/Social Media: "Five of the Best Tumblr News Blogs"

On Journalism.co.uk Sarah Marshall has posted about five favorites Tumblr blogs from large news organizations. Really impressive looking on a laptop and they also look great on an iPhone. It seems everywhere we turn these days we’re reading or hearing mentions of Tumblr. Direct to the Complete List Our Two Favorites: 1. The National Post […]