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Oneupweb Reviews : Government Photoshopping

Fortunately, the same technological revolution that brought Photoshop PR to North Korea continues to equip citizens and journalists alike with the tools and know-how necessary to sort through the garbage.

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Oneupweb Reviews: Amazon Lights My Fire With Their Own Kindle!

Forgive me, but I’m feeling a little fired up! After some research on the product I have come to the conclusion the little 7-inch device is smokin’ hot! Not to mention its awesome price tag, which is a good 50% cheaper than the Playbook and the $300 cheaper than the iPad?

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Oneupweb Reviews: Facebook’s New Privacy Settings

In the past few days, if you’ve opened up your Facebook account, you’ve noticed some changes have been made. It appears Facebook is trying to make privacy settings even simpler for its users (Sorry, that made it sound like it was easy before. Let’s try again).

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Oneupweb Reviews: Creative Campaigns: Coke, Droid, and The Orno

Hello everyone and a Happy Friday to you! Every week on Friday we try to make sure you leave the Oneupweb Reviews blog smiling, and this week we won’t disappoint. We’ve stumbled upon a few very clever ads this past week, that made us laugh, and we bet you will too.

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Oneupweb : Yelp Under Scrutiny—What Does This Mean for Businesses?

Yelp was accused of showing more positive reviews (or placing them higher in the list) for companies who were paying for Yelp advertising. Companies who opted out of paid advertising were reported noticing more negative reviews, or missing positive reviews.

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Oneupweb Reviews: Foursquare’s Cheater Code

Foursquare has announced its ‘cheaters code’ – an attempt to catch some of the folks that are checking in from their couches to steal mayorships. Users can no longer check in to a location, and earn points or badges, without actually being there.

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Oneupweb Reviews: Facebook Community Pages for Unofficial Pages

Facebook has had trouble figuring out what to do with Fan Pages that are popular, but haven’t been officially created by someone who is authorized to represent that brand, cause, or business. To solve this problem, Facebook is allowing users to create a Community Page.

Facebook has received some SEO benefit from these pages, so keeping those pages around has been worth a little compromising and legal risk. Now Facebook believes that it has solved this riddle by allowing users to create a “Community Page”.

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Oneupweb Reviews: The New YouTube Video Page

YouTube is offering users who opt-in here the ability to test drive the new video page redesign. Today we give the YouTube video page redesign an official Oneupweb review.

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Oneupweb Reviews: Facebook’s New Photo Tagging Policy

Have you ever received a Facebook notification that you’ve been tagged in a photo (hooray, someone loves you). On further investigation though, you realize that you aren’t in the photo. This situation, and many like it, have lead Facebook to make some recent changes to their policy.

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