I thought I would kick the week off with some lighter commentary than usual. I recently came across a neat little infographic that explores the rise of social networks over time.
By now most people have seen one or more of the non-sequitur Old Spice ads featuring spokesman Isaiah Mustafa. These ads brought us such gems as:
There is a great video making the rounds on YouTube where a group of Welsh farmers outfit their flock of sheep with LED vests and use herding dogs to organize them into amazing works of art.
Yesterday, Facebook announced their newest application - Places. With Places, users can "check in" to various locations in their area and let friends know about it.
In another sign that social media is becoming a major political force, the government of North Korea announced that it had launched a YouTube and a Twitter account.
On Friday, Google announced that it would no longer be actively developing its 'Wave' product due to lack of interest.
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