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Tag Archives: Ryan Tate
New mobile ‘Apperating’ systems are changing the way we use our smart phones
Posted on July 15, 2013 by markkolier
Give Wired Magazine the credit for coming up with the term ‘Apperating system’ as it applies to the home screens and general navigation on smart phone devices. Writer @ryantate did an excellent job in his June 2013 article, explaining the concept … Continue reading →
Posted in Communication, Community, Mobile Communication, Social Media | Tagged Amazon Kindle, Android platform, Apperating systems, Aviate.com, Dropbox, Facebook Home, Google, iCloud, Kindle Fire, Ryan Tate, Wired Magazine | 2 Comments
Real-life social networking – Facebook changes college sorority rush
Posted on August 24, 2011 by markkolier
How do I know this? Our daughter is a freshman and is interested in joining a sorority. She told us that all of the girls that are already in sororities and charged with recruiting incoming freshmen have to deactivate their … Continue reading →
Posted in Living in the World Today, Social Media | Tagged Facebook, Fraternity rush, Gawker, Greek life on campus, Greek system, Ryan Tate, soririty pinning, Sorority rush | Leave a comment