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Social Media and World Stamp Show 2016

Social Media and World Stamp Show NY-2016 is the subject of a news release from WSS 2016. Much has changed when it comes to electronic communications since the last U.S. international philatelic exhibition, Washington 2006. Email is much more widely

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Electronic Stamps (e-stamps)

We can all use a bit of whimsy from time to time. How about free electronic stamps (e-stamps) from Leafcutter Designs for your e-mail? Isn’t it sad that emails don’t have postage stamps? Well here’s something to brighten up an

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World’s First Multimedia Stamp Spins Business Fairytale

Exclusive interview with Aigo’s Yao Wei – World’s First Multimedia Stamp Spins Business Fairytale. Touching the stamps with a special pen-shaped device, called the aigo pen, allows a chip in the pen to recite some of the greatest poems from the

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Should I Twitter

Don Chafetz, Israel Philatelist Should I Twitter? Does this picture belong on Facebook? Does this video belong on YouTube? What is Cloud computing? The computer world has many new technology options which I am just now trying to understand. Since

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Commenting on DP Articles

Fran Adams Digital Philately is a place for learning and information exchange. As such, ‘public commenting’ is a valuable tool in our learning toolbox. Knowledgeable collectors may wish to share their expertise, but, they may not wish to write an

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Roll Your Own Blogging

Allen Bohart, Compulatelist A second approach to setting up a blog is to “roll your own.” Basically, this means that you start with a barebones web server installation and you set up some sort of blogging software to begin building

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Philatelic Blogging

Allen Bohart, Compulatelist Blogging is a phenomenon that has taken the Internet by storm in the last couple of years. Blogs have had an effect on traditional news media, the business world, and even governmental organizations. Now, we stamp collectors

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