Connect With Us On Facebook
Last Updated: 06-24-2010 , Posted: 06-24-2010
Facebook offers a way for fans and readers of Web sites to interact with editors and other fans of Internet.com's technology-focused sites. Once you click-through to one of our site's Facebook public profiles, simply add yourself as a fan and take part in discussions, post messages to our Wall pages, upload pictures, comment on articles, or communicate directly with the editors. You'll also have instant access to the Internet.com's contests, promotions, downloads, special features and more via our Facebook pages. Check out a sampling of our Facebook pages below to connect with us on Facebook.
| 15 Seconds on Facebook |
15 Seconds is the Leading information provider for Active Server Pages (ASP) and ASP.NET developers.
| CodeGuru on Facebook |
CodeGuru is dedicated to helping Visual C++/MFC, Visual Basic, C#, and .NET programmers by providing the most robust and up-to-
date technical information, articles, code downloads, FAQs, and videos on the Internet.
| Database Journal on Facebook |
Discover Database Journal is written for database professionals. It offers daily database news, articles, and tutorials for major databases including Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, and MS Access.
| Datamation's Facebook Page |
Datamation is a leading information technology publication covering news and trends in software, hardware and the technology business. Published by Internet.com.
| DBA Support on Facebook |
The Knowledge Center for Oracle Professionals.
| DevX on Facebook |
DevX is the leading provider of technical information and services, enabling corporate application development teams to conquer
development challenges and keep projects moving efficiently.
| Enterprise IT Planet's Facebook Page |
Enterprise IT Planet is the source for computer Storage, Security and Networking news and information for the IT professional.
| Enterprise Networking Planet |
For over ten years, Enterprise Networking Planet has provided professionals with some of the best practical, hands-on information around for managing and understanding modern business networks.
| Enterprise Storage Forum's Facebook Page |
The internet's top destination for news and information on enterprise storage and data management trends, including product and industry news and features on cutting-edge storage technologies.
| Flash Kit on Facebook |
An online resource for Adobe Flash development where you can read the latest Flash news and tutorials, and download our free FLAs,
SWFs, and sound loops.
| HTML Goodies on Facebook |
| InternetNews.com on Facebook |
All the top news, features, analysis and insight into enterprise and Internet technology, geared for IT managers and delivered by the best in the industry.
| Intranet Journal's Facebook Page |
Intranet Journal is a WebMediaBrands publication. The source for news, commentary, and tutorials on intranets and on building the corporate enterprise.
| IT Channel Planet on Facebook |
ITChannelPlanet.com provides news, analysis and competitive intelligence for VARs, system integrators and other IT channel partners.
| LinuxPlanet's Facebook Page |
Bringing you the finest and freshest Linux news, howtos, and reviews served up daily!
| PHPBuilder's Facebook Page |
The best resource for PHP how-to tutorials, templates, PHP manuals, content management systems, coding help, PHP scripts,
classes, a job board, support discussion forums and more.
| Semantic Web on Facebook |
A WebMediaBrands' site that is the voice of Semantic Web technology, which is also referred to as Web 3.0 or the Linked Data Movement.
| ServerWatch on Facebook |
Serving the Latest IT Trends and Analysis to the Enterprise.
| Small Business Computing Facebook Page |
SmallBusinessComputing.com – all the technology tips, news and reviews you need to run your small business.
| WDVL on Facebook |
Web Developer's Virtual Library is a comprehensive illustrated library and guide to Web technology for today's webmasters.
| Webopedia's Facebook Page |
Webopedia is a free online dictionary for words, phrases and abbreviations that are related to computer and Internet technology. Webopedia provides easy-to-understand definitions in plain language, avoiding the use of heavy jargon when possible so that the site is accessible to users with a wide range of computer knowledge.
| Webreference's Facebook Page |
animation, CSS, RSS, XML, design, Flash and more.
| Wi-Fi Planet on Facebook |
Wi-Fi Planet provides daily news, features, reviews, tutorials, and other coverage of all areas of the rapidly changing wireless LAN universe.
| WinDrivers on Facebook |
WinDrivers is the best resource for Windows drivers and technical support on the Web, providing free tech information and drivers to the
masses since 1996.
Webopedia's Facebook FAQ
What is Facebook? [Read the Webopedia definition]Facebook is the name of a popular social networking site (SNS) that connects people with friends and others who work, study, and live around them. People use Facebook to keep in touch with friends, post photos, share links and exchange and share other information. Facebook users can see only the profiles of confirmed friends and the people in their networks, or public profiles (called business or brand pages), like Webopedia's Facebook profile for example.
What is Social media? [Read the Webopedia definition]Social media is a term used to describe a variety of Web-based platforms, applications and technologies that enable people to socially interact with one another online. Some examples of social media sites and applications include Facebook, YouTube, Del.icio.us, Twitter, Digg, blogs and other sites that have content based on user-generated content (UGC).
Learn Facebook and Other Social Media TermsVisit Webopedia's Social Media Glossary of Terms to help learn social media and Facebook lingo, and also to learn specific features and technology used on a number of popular social sites.
Facebook Tips and How to GuidesThe following articles and guides will help you learn more about Facebook and how to create personal Facebook pages, public Facebook profiles and Facebook groups: