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5 Valuable Must Have WordPress plugins

Wordpress has brought the revolution in the field of Web Development. Not in the far past people used to spend hundreds of dollars to make a 5 to 10 pages static website for their small business. Currently the trends have been changed by the team of hundreds of volunteers who have developed a flexible and comprehensive blog management system and offered it to world free of cost.

Google Winding Down Google Labs!

Google recently declared that it is planning on shuttering its Labs department since Google is into such a broad range of products.

Google explained the reason to be spotlighting and prioritizing the products more and winding down Google Labs is a step to keep the process rolling.

Katango Helps Facebook Stay Way Ahead Of The Google+

Just like Google, a new start-up called Katango has stepped in to slacken the unease of social connections with your work, school, social, family, and other types of contacts online.

Katango automatically detects natural groupings of people on networks like Facebook and automatically creates groups for you and puts them in order

FTC Approves Seven-Year Storage Of Social Media Data

The Federal Trade Commission approved background check companies to screen job applicants based on their Internet photos and postings. This means that any of your online activity, whether through Twitter, Facebook, blogs, etc. is “free game” for background check companies and your future employer to check out.

Maybe you think that all it takes is a few deactivations, a click here, a click there, and you’re ready to apply for that new summer internship? Unfortunately for some, Social Intelligence Corporation (a background check company) can keep your postings for up to seven years.

Netflix Sued By National Association Of The Deaf

Netflix has been sued by the National Association of the Deaf for failing to offer closed-captioning on “enough” of its streaming content. In a lawsuit that was filed last Thursday, the NAD claims that Netflix is in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act by not providing captions for most of its “Watch Instantly” streamed movies and TV shows.

The NAD claims that they are standing up for the 36 million Americans who are deaf or hard of hearing, and that the deaf community has already sent letters, blogs, and petitions urging the site to provide equal access to its content.

SF Startup Copious Is A Social Marketplace

A San Francisco startup called Copious has built an online marketplace that allows all buyers and sellers to link their Facebook identities. The idea is to make the online marketplace feel safer and allowing buyers and sellers to see how many degrees of separation the other party is in their network.

The user will also be able to see if anyone in their networks has purchased, shared, or commented on an item from the seller. Not only can Facebook identities be linked, but also Twitter accounts and blogs too, giving you a fairly well drawn picture that you aren’t dealing with a Nigerian scammer.

Now You Can Play Angry Birds in Your Browser

Angry Birds is one of the most popular games available on mobile devices and now you can play it using just a browser. Like the original app, there’s no software to download or install since it just requires a browser.

Point your browser to following address and start crushing the green pigs. http://chrome.angrybirds.com

SEO Tips: How To Be Found In Twitter-World

People publish written material all over the world, every single day. From blogs to tweets, material is getting posted to the World Wide Web with the intent that it will be found by someone on the other side of that phone line or wireless router. So what determines whether your content reaches the intended audience?