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8.8 References

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“About Technorati,” Technorati, (accessed June 24, 2010).

“About YouTube,” Alexa, April 2, 2008, (accessed April 2, 2008).

Geoff Livingston, “Beware of Facebook Frenzy,” The Buzz Bin, August 28, 2007, (accessed June 16, 2008).

Richard MacManus, “Report: Social Media Challenging Traditional Media,” ReadWriteWeb, April 28, 2008, .php (accessed May 27, 2008).

“U.S. Internet Users Viewed 10 Billion Videos Online in Record-Breaking Month of December, according to comScore Video Metrix,” press release, comScore, February 8, 2008, (accessed May 27, 2008).

Yi-Wyn Yen, “YouTube Looks for the Money Clip,” Fortune, March 25, 2008, (accessed April 2, 2008).