|Forum: Community Building and User Generated Content|
|Displaying Topics 201 - 240 (247 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: reverse|
|201:|| Online Anonymity Feeds Increase In Nastiness|
AP story suggests that forums and e-mail are driving an increase in nasty commentary that in the past would have reached a much smaller audience.
|Mar 21, 2007|
|202:|| MySpace Widget Restrictions Irk Users|
MySpace move to restrict some third-party widgets highlights battle to control commercialization on Web 2.0 sites.
|Mar 20, 2007|
|203:|| How to optimize your forum for search engines|
Steps to SEO your forum pages for optimal search performance.
|Mar 13, 2007|
|204:|| Travel and Point Site FlyerTalk Sold to Internet Brands|
"Terms of the deal were not announced, but it shows a new level of interest in forums by big corporate main stream companies."
|Mar 9, 2007|
|205:|| Are blogs a 'parasitic' medium?|
"Over the past months, I've heard several journalists make the same comment at various industry forums: That blogs are a "parasitic" medium that wouldn't be able to exist without the reporting done at newspapers."
|Mar 3, 2007|
|206:|| How Scammers Manipulate Communities: Crowdhacking|
WIRED exposes the dark side of Web 2.0, where spammers and scammers game ratings, rankings, and reviews for profit.
|Mar 1, 2007|
|207:|| New Storm Worm Attacks Forums and Blogs|
A variant of the Storm Worm inserts a link when an infected computer makes a blog or forum post.
|Mar 1, 2007|
|208:|| MySpace Hackers Accept Plea Deal|
Duo developed and distributed software to collect e-mail addresses and IPs from visitors to MySpace profiles.
|Feb 28, 2007|
|209:|| Members Gone Wild: The Psychology of Flaming|
Flaming has a technical name, the "online disinhibition effect," which psychologists apply to the many ways people behave with less restraint in cyberspace...
|Feb 20, 2007|
|210:|| Microsoft Launches Its New Video Community||Feb 17, 2007|
|211:|| Families Sue News Corp, Alleging MySpace Negligence|
Suits claim that MySpace actions to protect minors are too little, too late.
|Jan 19, 2007|
|212:|| Yahoo! Picks Up Mybloglog.com|
"The Internet portal has purchased Mybloglog.com, an Orlando, Fla.-based website that enables readers of web pages to leave information about themselves, building a social network among fans of such things as News Corp's MySpace pages, commercial web publications, or personal weblogs, or blogs."
|Jan 9, 2007|
|213:|| Two Modifications Virtually Eliminate Spam Posts|
"I've recently installed two mods on two separate forums that were plagued by spambot registration and spam posts. Over night both have completely stopped."
|Dec 15, 2006|
|214:|| Wikipedia Founder Branches Into Free Hosting|
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales said his for-profit company, Wikia will offer free hosting and software. In addition, they will offer their users 100% of ad revenue generated by their sites.
|Dec 11, 2006|
|215:|| Court Says Bloggers, Forum Participants Can't Be Sued|
California Supreme Court extends ISP legal protections to users of their services.
|Nov 21, 2006|
|216:|| PodCasts / Skypecasts Coming To Your Blog Soon|
"Internet telephony provider Skype plans to offer bloggers and others the ability to hold audio chats in the next version of Net telephone product, co-founder Niklas Zennstrom said Tuesday night.."
|Nov 8, 2006|
|217:|| Defamatory Internet Posts:Jury awards $11.3M|
"A Florida woman has been awarded $11.3 million in a defamation lawsuit against a Louisiana woman who posted messages on the Internet accusing her of being a "crook," a "con artist" and a "fraud.""
|Oct 12, 2006|
|218:|| Analyst: MySpace Value Could Be $15 billion|
One Wall Street analyst says MySpace could be worth $10 to $20 billion in three years, based on its unprecedented growth rate and international appeal.
|Sept 28, 2006|
|219:|| Digg In Fight With Its Community Leaders|
Remember when Sergey said Google was Spam proof? Kevin Rose of Digg said near the same thing about 9 months ago about Digg. Now Digg finds itself in a click spam fight for it's life.
|Sept 11, 2006|
|220:|| YouTube - Waiting For The Payoff|
"The tricky question of how YouTube can make money off its phenomenal growth while maintaining the promise behind that popularity."
|Sept 11, 2006|
|221:|| Locking Down WordPress: Getting The Best Out Of WP|
"WordPress is a leading blog tool, but also has a lot of features that make it interesting to webmasters with communities. It can be considered a general-purpose content management tool as well. This tool has a lot to offer for the serious webmaster--its collection of features can really accelerate the process of putting up a well-done site. "
|Aug 10, 2006|
|222:|| Congress to Ban Social Network Sites from Schools, Libraries|
U. S. politicians approved a bill that would make chat rooms and social networking sites inaccessible to minors in federally funded schools and libraries.
|July 28, 2006|
|223:|| Growing Forum Member Participation|
"Once you've drawn someone out of lurk mode, you're probably half-way there to cultivating an active community member. Lurkers seem like an untapped asset that is easily forgotten or underutilized."
|June 14, 2006|
|224:|| Socializing Forums: Using Social Networks & Tools|
"Do you think forum operators are being shortsighted by not building in features like this? Have you tested any of these in your own forum(s) with good results?"
|June 7, 2006|
|225:|| How to turn an average forum into a successful one|
"Here my story how I made it the biggest in its niche."
|Feb 21, 2006|
|226:|| iVillage Rocks With Fourth Quarter Revenue Increases 65%|
"We don't get to see tangible results from communities to often. This is one of the rare times:"
|Feb 14, 2006|
|227:|| Pros and Cons of Community Forum Registration?|
"Are there compelling reasons to require registration?"
|Feb 11, 2006|
|228:|| Security Holes in Common Forum Software Packages Exploited|
"On Jan. 30, a bulletin board run by chip maker AMD was compromised by hackers and was used to distribute malicious code. Poor deployment of security patches by administrators and the growing popularity of programs like phpBB are to blame..."
|Feb 2, 2006|
|229:|| Washington Post Stops Accepting Blog Comments|
"... there are things that we said we would not allow, including personal attacks, the use of profanity and hate speech. Because a significant number of folks who have posted in this blog have refused to follow any of those relatively simple rules, we've decided not to allow comments for the time being. "
|Jan 23, 2006|
|230:|| Judge Shuts Down German Wikipedia|
To protect the privacy of a deceased individual, a German judge ordered that country's Wikipedia site to be taken down until the privacy issue was corrected.
|Jan 19, 2006|
|231:|| Which forum software do you run and why?|
Discussion of pros and cons of various software packages.
|Dec 27, 2005|
|232:|| Preserving a Forum's Best Content|
Libraries, archives, headliner threads, etc.
|Dec 8, 2005|
|233:|| Strategies for Screening New Community Members|
What techniques can be used to screen new community members as they sign up to avoid registering undesirable members?
|Dec 5, 2005|
|234:|| Strategies for screening or filtering new members at sign-up time|
Blocking sign-ups by email addy, by IP address, etc? What other approaches?
|Dec 5, 2005|
|235:|| The ABC of Building a Successful Forum|
"The ABC of building a successful forum... ...A is for... Authority"
|Sept 27, 2005|
|236:|| The ABCs of building a successful forum|
Suggestions for starting and growing a discussion forum.
|Sept 27, 2005|
|237:|| Drawing traffic from your forum to the real content?|
Lots of people visit the forum - how do you get them to leave the forum and visit the rest of the site?
|Aug 2, 2005|
|238:|| phpBB 2.0.13 released - Critical Update|
The first issue is critical (session handling allowing everyone gaining administrator rights) and we urge you to fix it on your forums as soon as possible...
|Feb 28, 2005|
|239:|| phpBB Issues Security Update||Dec 11, 2004|
|240:|| What do you do about your annoying members?|
These members may not break any rules, but they irritate fellow members.
|Sept 6, 2004|