Saturday, April 28, 2007 tags 04.28.07

"36% of American adults consult Wikipedia" and "over 70% of the visits to Wikipedia in the week ending March 17 came from search engines" (via Random Culture).

Joe Trippi is back in the game and joining the John Edwards campaign, in part, because of the role that technology will be playing in the 2008 election. As far as he's concerned, the 2004 Dean campaign was "primitive' in comparison (via Politics and Technology).

Facebook has created status updates and allows updates via mobile tech. Does this make Twitter irrelevant for Facebook users? (
via Echo Ditto) Meanwhile, Andrew Pearlman at Compete investigates how long it takes for Facebook users to dump Tom as a friend.

IndiaPR Blog compiles a list of corporate blogging case studies available online.

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