StraightUpSocial News Links for 11/18/2009

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Report: Twitter Still ‘Missed Opportunity’ For Fortune 100s

Don Reisinger at CNET shares a study showing how the world’s 100 top companies use Twitter to engage with their audience.

Kodak Hooks Up With TweetPhoto For Realtime Photo Sharing Lovefest

Robin Wauters at TechCrunch shares news that Kodak and the popular photo sharing service TweetPhoto will be working together “to collaborate on initiatives focused around real-time photography and photo sharing on the web.”

Gamers Get Social Media As Facebook Comes To PS3

The Brand Republic tells us that Sony is releasing a PlayStation software update that allows gamers to link their Facebook accounts. This follows Microsoft’s recent announcement that Facebook, Twitter, Zune and Last.fm have been added to Xbox 360.

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