The Jigg Is Up, Digg - Time to JerryRigg!

If you're like me and have become disenchanted with the social bookmarking site Digg, ever since they did away with their "shout" function last year, apparently we are not alone. While Digg's unique visitors ended 2009 at 27 million, his was a marked decline from its it 32 unique visitors in September.

Get Into A Music Video On Fan Video's New Site

Fan Video is letting users get close to their favorite artists by putting them in videos with artists such as 50 Cent, Alicia Keys, and Lost Prophets.

I'm Here: A Love Story In An Absolut World

Absolut Vodka and Spike Jonez have teamed up to bring you a bizzare but charming story of a family with what looks like desktop PCs for heads.  If you think sound weird, just wait until you watch the trailer.

Is the 'Net' Wall Of China The Next Iron Curtain?

An Internet maelstrom is brewing in China. Southeast Asia, predicted as one of the next hotbeds for social media in 2010 is seeing a test of wills being fought out on the world stage. Google acting as a quazi-secretary of state is threatening China that they will pull out of the country if the government doesn't address the cyber-attacks that violated some of its users' Gmail accounts.

Explore The Random Rabbid Universes of "Rabbids Go Home"

If you don't want to wait to see what the world of Rabbids Go Home has in store for you on popular console systems, you can get a look at things right from your browser.

Jinni Attempts To Categorize TV and Movie Tastes With A Genome Project

Jinni is now trying to categorize movies in the same way as Pandora, with votes counting towards movies and television shows, instead of music.

Shorter Names & Vanity Twitter Profile Names Up For Grabs?

Did you join Twitter thinking that a clever profile name was the way to distinguish yourself? Or perhaps you felt more people would find you if you simply registered with your given name and surname? In both of these instances, you may be like me with a Twitter name that is 10 characters or longer.

Find Out Just How Well You Know Your Friends With Friend-o-meter

How many of your "friends" on social networks do you actually know?  With this handy online application, you can find out, and see how you rank against other people who take the challenge.

Trivial Pursuit Aims To Pit Men Against Women In The Ultimate Showdown

Trivial Pursuit is out to settle the question of which gender is smarter by creating a worldwide game of trivia, with the teams as dictated by Mars and Venus

"Pocket God's" 2 Million App Milestone Solves Retention Challenge

In today's world, apps are a dime a dozen, and most are free. By the end of 2009, while iPhone apps reached its '3 billion app download' milestone, studies have indicated that the retention rates of returning to apps after the initial download was a major hurdle for developers.

Does Someone Out There Have The Same Face As You?

Coke Zero set out to answer that question by putting together this interesting social experiment.  Would they be able to find a match for yours truly?

FilmGator: Social Media and Film Reviews Combined

FilmGator has been developed, and is now running in public open beta, to bring social media into the fun of movie watching.

Why She Lost: Obama's Social Media Playbook Ignored By Martha Coakley

Chris Hughes, sometimes referred to as the "Kingmaker" was largely responsible for Obama's victory over McCain in the last presidential election. Hughes, the wunderkind of social networking developed a social media campaign, the likes of which had never been seen before in modern politics. The digerati were the early adopters, followed by the goose-stepping queue of the Twitterati and the Facebookers. With such success why wouldn't Ted Kennedy's would-be successor have not followed suit?

Will NY Times Charge For Content & Bundle Delivery With New Apple iPad?

Speculation is circulating from reputable sources such as Mashable  that the New York Times is contemplating charging for content. While legacy newspapers have struggled to develop new business models to address dwindling subscriptions and ad revenue, it's apparent that a metered system is on the table for consideration.

The American Heart Association Presents: Hand Symphony

The site's slogan is "Hands can do incredile things, but nothing compares to using them to help save a life."