Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Pop Clips » 12 October 2010

Meet “Xiao Yue Yue” - China's newest "Internet Celebrity" !?!

Mike loves me - For those of you less familiar with Kpop, this chick's name is *Taeyeon*from Girls' Generation (or SNSD?).

German Marketing Agency Stealthily Uses Facebook Places For Hiring, Pre-Launch - We've seen quite a few ingenious ways to use the Web for recruitment or to land a job.

Top 10+ Facebook and Twitter Resources You Should Read

The All New DragonBlogger.com ::: "Dragon Blogger Technology and Entertainment Portal has now taken a big step closer to how I envisioned it when I started this site just over two years ago. I always wanted to create a portal site that had Technology news, Blogging Tips, Entertainment Reviews and more."

Gawker::: "The New York Times this weekend profiles two female conservative commentators at very different points in their careers: crazy Upper East Side islamophobic blogger Pamela Geller, and crazy Ann Coulter. What can aspiring female right-wing blowhards learn from their stories?" ::DETAILS::

TERROR! Terror threat to restaurants; Al Qaeda calls for attacks on government workers in DC...

MAG: Al-Qaida's 'top tips' on how to kill...
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