PM Modi among 30 most influential people on internet

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been named among the 30 most influential people on the internet by Time magazine in a list which also features US President Barack Obama. The list, which analysed social-media followings, site traffic and overall ability to drive news, also includes British author of the Harry Potter series J K Rowling … Read more

Facebook cracking down fraudulent accounts

Facebook has started cracking down on fraudulent accounts showing suspicious high number of ‘likes’. A Facebook spokesperson said in an emailed response in Kolkata that close to 52,000 pages exist for politicians and political parties in India. He said the step is being taken in view of the politicians allegedly boosting their social media presence … Read more

Facebook’s mutual-friends feature creates security risks, privacy concerns

The mutual-friends feature on social networks such as Facebook, which displays users’ shared friendships, might not be so “friendly.” Often revered for bringing people together, the mutual-friends feature on Facebook actually creates myriad security risks and privacy concerns according to a University of Pittsburgh study published in Computers & Security. The study demonstrates that even … Read more

Social media influences purchasing decisions

With retail sales up 0.5 percent this past December, according to the US Commerce Department, a new study from the Advertising Research Foundation suggests that much of the consumer spend was surely influenced by recommendations, conversations and product introductions facilitated via social media. Given the proliferation of digital and social media, it didn’t take long … Read more

Kashmir Sufi Movement

Kashmir Sufi Movement is an initiative to promote the real culture of Kashmir that is moderate peaceful Sufi Islamic / Kashmir shaivic trika culture which existed from centuries wherein people of all faiths lived in peace and harmony with each other.

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Psychology :: The 5 dimensions of online gifts

Every day, more and more people join online communities, such as MySpace, FaceBook, and Second Life, and use file sharing systems like BitTorrent. In these virtual spaces they can reinvent themselves, make new friends, and share information and resources with others. Understanding how people give and receive digital gifts online is key to understanding the successes and failures of these communities.

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