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There is, however, one possible side effect: In the whirlwind of memes, you just might have missed out on some of Mashable's features coverage this week. If you're looking for the cure, you've come to the right place; here's the roundup of the week's top digital media resources.
- Cheat sheets give you a rundown of various features for a given item. Here are some of the best social media cheat sheets.
- Reddit users weigh in on the funniest YouTube videos ever seen.
- Study finds that companies that screen applicants on Facebook may reduce their attractiveness to both applicants and current employees.
- Even if you and your small business only fit one of these scenarios, you’ll still be able to reap a lot of LinkedIn benefits.
- More and more searches are done on mobile devices every day -- here's how to rise to the top.
- Whether you're starting a blog or designing a site for a product or business, learn how to pick a platform and copyright a domain name.
- The top 20 most popular tags on Instagram include #love, #photooftheday, #instagood, #tweegram, #cute, #girls, #sky and more.
- In honor of Watercooler, our new section for viral content, we rounded up some of the catchiest music on the Internet.
- We already know Major League Baseball's 2012 All-Stars are superb on the field.
- Which TV shows generate the most buzz on social networks? Find out each week from our social TV chart.
- Images spread like wildfire across Twitter. These were the most popular Twitter hashtags and images from this past week.
- A roundup of the funniest "50 Shades of Grey" parodies on Twitter and YouTube.
- Check out these 12 pictures to see how our readers celebrate in this week's Mashable Photo Challenge.
- These, then, are the definitive top 30 most-watched cat shorts on the world's most-watched video service, ranging from a paltry 11 million views (number 30) all the way up to 79 million views (number one).
- Mobile and social technology will play a huge role in the 2012 Olympics, and this infographic breaks down why.
- Roughly half of all travelers post reviews -- and wouldn't book a hotel without any reviews.
- The International Olympic Committee (IOC) revamped its social media policies this year, and strict rules apply to Facebook and Twitter.
- An illustrated guide to Twitter's new search features, including autocompleted search terms and spelling corrections.
- To spruce up our summer wardrobe, we searched the web for some great Facebook-themed tee designs.
- Whether you want to make your brand's profile page more attractive or manage how people message you, we have a solution to suit.
- Who is the most-discussed Marvel character on the social web?
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Business & Marketing
- Here's the true cost of hiring a zombie, a.k.a. an unproductive employee.
- Etsy not only hosts online storefronts for handmade, vintage and repurposed items; it also fosters a future for many an aspiring entrepreneur.
- The world of ecommerce isn't cut and dry. Here are five trends that are spicing up the medium -- and how you can take advantage of them.
- Here are some best practices to help enhance your influencer marketing campaigns.
- You can now receive email alerts every time an item you've "Liked" goes on sale.
- Here are five changes you can implement immediately to accelerate your HR process.
- Engaged employees generate an average of between one quarter, to one third more profits for their companies. But are your employees happy?
- Here’s a quick look at a few major business sectors and the programming languages best suited for each one.
- Researchers say the best time for marketers to reach their target audience depends on the medium -- social media, email and mobile.
- Purveyors of plastic are trying to make the credit card game easier for social media users, offering perks for Facebook and Twitter users.
- Our Events Board helps event organizers and the Mashable community convene at events in social media, tech, marketing and other fields.
- Narrowcasting is a competitive marketing alternative to broadcasting. This infographic explains why.
- To determine what social tools your company should utilize is to look at what companies like Salesforce.com and Oracle are investing in.
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Tech & Mobile
- Need something more than a place to put down your drink? These super-smart coffee tables play media, games and serve as a control center for your connected home.
- Web browsers like Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Chrome may be affecting your computer's speed.
- Gone are the days of please, thank you, pardon me — the mobile takeover has spawned bathroom phone calls, mid-sex texts and behind-the-wheel browsing.
- Singers, songwriters and audio engineers, check out these iPhone apps that will help ensure your audio production achieves its highest level.
- Why not submerge yourself in tunes while you swim? We've collected 10 waterproof accessories that will protect your smartphone from sure death.
- These iPhone and Android apps turn your phone into a flashlight, map, compass or field guide, all without a network connection.
- Can your tee charge your phone? Check out this and other items of charging apparel.
- Funny technology lawsuits range from suing spammers and Google Maps, to scorned Internet lovers and Star Wars fans.
- Want to learn the tips of great photo editing? We've rounded up 8 great YouTube Photoshop tutorials to help your photos really pop.
- New research goes behind the science of why you feel like your phone is vibrating in your pocket when it's really not.
- Word is, Amazon is making smartphone. Here are five reasons it shouldn't bother.
- You'll feel like a Jetson with these nifty gadgets in your home.
- No, the Internet doesn't travel through the air. In fact, it's a lot closer than you think. Here's a map to prove it.
- This infographic takes a look at how online and mobile ordering has impacted restaurants.
- Here are five fashion apps that can digitize your closet -- saving you time and money.
- There's a new phobia developing worldwide that has caused anxiety and stress to many: mobile phone separation.
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