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New application allows singles to virtually meet new people, chat, flirt, dance and drink, all from the comfort of their own smoke-free couch.
As operator of the world's largest social networking site goes public, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tells employees, supporters to stay focused.
It's all about blogging and social networking.
The web has redefined the way we live and communicate Jewishly
By RAISSA HACOHEN & DANNY OBERMAN
The Jewish people itself can perhaps be seen as one of the world’s first social networks, struggling to maintain contacts despite being widely dispersed from its homeland.
By SHLOMO MAITAL
A groundbreaking group is fostering a social network community where members can interact directly online about the issues that divide them.
Detractors claim site not proactive enough in stopping hate-mongers.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
At the Inbal Hotel’s tweetup, members of the Anglo twitterati take their on-line relationship to the next level.
By SARAH NADAV
A growing number of Tel Aviv’s social entrepreneurs are turning on to The Hub, the latest thing in shared workspaces.
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
How the social network and a global consciousness have kept the Jews alive since the Exile threatened their demise.
By DAVID BREAKSTONE
Former prime minister Hariri adopts @HaririSaad handle, uses website to conduct live Q&A sessions with his followers, 'Daily Star' reports.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Move seeks to empower activists to create change in their home countries; State Dept. notes Internet's presence in Arab uprisings.
By HILARY LEILA KRIEGER
Committee to Protect Journalists has documented more than 500 attacks on journalists across the Middle East; 14 journalists killed this year.
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