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College Football Players Social Networking

Racists In Compton, CA

USC linebacker creates a very distasteful Facebook group. Chalk this one up on your things not to do on Facebook. Clay Matthews, a linebacker at the school known for promoting the non-usage of underwear by its cheerleaders (aka USC), used his constitutionally given right of free speech to create a Facebook group titled, “White Nation.” […]

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Social Networking

Cortes The MySpace Killer

When you are a 19-year-old with some good stuff and trying to make it into the Major Leagues, maybe its best to keep the pictures of yourself drinking underage and passed out on a toilet naked off of MySpace and other social networking sites. of the Burlington Bees seems to disagree with such sentiments.  Apparently […]

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Coaches Recruiting Social Networking Sports Agents

Interview with Andrew Goodwin of ProRecruitNetwork.com

Andrew Goodwin is the co-founder of a new online venture called ProRecruitNetwork.com. Along with his partner, Burton Rocks, Mr. Goodwin has plans to change the landscape of recruiting athletes that aim to participate in American professional sports. ProRecruitNetwork.com is a database and online sports community intended to help Sports Agents, scouts, and coaches discover athletic […]

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Social Networking

The Stalkerbook Strikes Again

Would you be scared if every current/former student and corporation had access to your personal information, photos, etc?  How about if you someone never even had to go to school or be an employee of Apple/EA Sports/etc to access your information.  Would that make you feel a little uneasy? Last week, Facebook decided to go […]

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NFL Players Social Networking

Social Networking to Win Good Press!

Today I would like to introduce to you an athlete who uses his MySpace page to reach out to his fans and further promote his charity affiliations. For an NFL rookie, he seems to know a little bit more about keeping a good image than many seasoned veterans. His name is Reggie Bush, and he […]

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Social Networking

You Won’t Push Your Dad Down The Stairs…

After creating the “Social Networking” category on this website, I was wondering if I would ever have a 2nd post on the subject after this general post about Clients on Social Networking Sites.  Jeremy Barfield has finally given me a second post on the subject…although the story is terrible.  After pushing his dad (ex Toronto […]

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Social Networking

Clients on Social Networking Sites

Should you allow your client to have a profile on Facebook, Myspace, insert any other social networking site here? If you ask Scott Schafer, currently playing for the rookie level Gulf Coast Mets, he would say no. That is because the information that he had on his MySpace page led him to get dropped by […]