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Microsoft proposes a simple solution to the problem of information overload: lists.
Startup Live Mocha leverages social networking to teach foreign languages.
Programmers struggle to adjust to changes at the social-networking website.
Startup TrustPlus plans to help users build up an online reputation.
Linden Lab’s CFO explains how the economy works in the virtual community.
Kevin Rose, founder of Digg.com, talks about why it’s good that the site is out of control.
A popular online applications company sees new directions for social computing.
Now, owners can meet each other by swapping information between chips mounted on Fido’s collar.
IBM’s site lets people collaborate to creatively visualize and discuss data on fast food, Jesus’ apostles, greenhouse-gas trends, and more.
Ning, a new Web service, lets users become the CEOs of their own mini-MySpaces.