Social Media Week in Copenhagen

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Social media mania will hit Copenhagen next month with the annual Social Media Week. From February 18th – 22nd, the buzz is all about being open and connected in Copenhagen… and across the online world. Exciting and interesting if you ask me.

Registration is now open, so feel free to drop by if You are in town. Check out the schedule on http://www.socialmediaweek.org

Happy New Year ūüôā

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R.I.P. on Facebook

Did you know you could get a Facebook profile converted to a digital memorial stone? Since 2009 relatives to a dead person with a profile on Facebook have had the option to fill out a memorialization request which turns the profile into a page for confirmed friends of the deceased.

Millions of people continue to have a profile on the site even if they are no longer living. No one can log in and out, but with the memorial wall, friends and family can leave post in remembrance.

You’ll find the request form here.

Flippin’ Flipboard – feeds for free

So. If your social life in cyberspace is getting difficult to administrate, keep reading this post. What happens on Twitter, while you’re checking your Facebook newsfeed? And who’s uploading cool pictures on Instagram, while you connecting on LinkedIn?

It’s hard work to keep up with every social media feed. But there are a few possible solutions, that will help you monitor all your accounts on social networks thanks to applications for your favorite digital gadget.

An example is Flipboard. An app where you can connect Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, LinkedIn etc., so you only have to open the Flipboard app to get the latest tweets, Facebook updates and so on. Sadly the Flipboard app is only for smartphones and tablets. No PC or Mac app.

TweetDeck can do much of the same stuff; collect newsfeeds from your Twitter and Facebook accounts. In my opinion the TweetDeck layout is a tad boring, compared to the Flipboard application. But there are apps for both smartphone, tablets and

The Social Media Examiner have even more tips on how to get the news feeds come to you for free, instead of you checking different accounts to get updates. Go check them out.