As bloggers, we have to pay attention to more than just our blog niches. Blogging technology, social media, and community management are important, too. Each week, iFabbo will bring you the top news in these categories that you didn’t get a chance to read.
After selling itself to AOL, the online identity website About.me has bought itself back, claiming it can make itself better and faster as an independent company. [The New York Times]
You can finally view your Instagram feed on the web. You can’t upload photos or add filters, though. [Mashable]
Facebook will implement little blue icons on ads targeted to users starting the end of March. However, you have to hover over the ad to see the little blue icon, so… thanks for trying, Facebook. [AdAge]
The Surface Pro, Microsoft’s second attempt at a tablet, goes on sale today. Reviews tend to rank it middling at best. [The Verge]
Running a search on Twitter used to pull up just a week’s worth of tweets. Now the company has upgraded the feature to pull posts older than that. [Engadget]
You don’t have to use pay for photo editing. Aviary, the free photo editing software, is joining Photobucket, another partnership amongst its current deals with Flickr, Twitter, imgur, and MailChimp, and others. [TechCrunch]
Twitter’s new video-sharing app, Vine, ups its age rating to 17+ due to an unexpected deluge of pornography. [Mashable]