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Twitter Terrorists?What might the 2011 version of Orson Welles’s War of the World‘s radio broadcast look like using today’s fastest method of information-sharing?

Gerardo Buganza, the interior secretary for Veracruz state in Mexico, said it could very well be the “Twitter terrorism” caused by two people who allegedly spread false reports of gunmen attacking schools and kidnapping children. Those reports caused such panic when parents scrambled around the city to get to their children that there were dozens of car accidents and emergency phone lines were jammed.

Soundnote for iPad 2SoundNote is the best way to take notes on your iPad.

It tracks what you type and draw while recording audio, so you’ll never worry about missing an important detail.

While playing back your recording, just tap a word; SoundNote will jump right to that point in the audio.

Make the most of your Business Facebook PageLots of changes have been happening behind the scenes at Facebook. The platform now has a lot more functionality for business and professional users. If you have a Facebook page for your business, now is a great time to try out some of these new tips and tricks for increasing your exposure and reach on the Facebook platform.

Use Facebook Photo Tags

The ability to “tag” people in photos has been around for a long time. Clicking on the tagged person’s name will take you straight to their personal profile. Now, Fast Company reports that Facebook users can tag photos with page identities as well as personal profiles.

Skype for iPadNew Skype App for iPad! Coming Soon

Apple blog Razorianfly says that it found a demo video for a Skype iPad app on the company’s YouTube channel last week. The video, it says, was quickly either removed or set to private — but not before the blog took a screen recording of it and uploaded it to its own YouTube channel.

The video makes the app look pretty good, but it still might be fake.

Are your customers telling the truthAre your customers telling the truth?

Liars are often easy to spot, but aren’t so obvious when you just hear them. Here are three signs when someone on the phone is lying.


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