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The new iPhone (s aapl) 3GS has hit the big time and the Palm (s palm) Pre continues to rock the smartphone world. These stories and others were covered, here are the top stories in case you missed them:

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This week was a big week for mobile tech news with the launch of the Palm Pre looming ever nearer. We covered a wide range of topics on jkOnTheRun, here are the top stories in case you missed them:

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There was lots of cool things going on in the world of mobile tech this week, and we busted our hump bringing all the good news for your reading pleasure. Here are the top stories on jkOnTheRun, in case you missed them:

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This week was the big CTIA show in Las Vegas, punctuated by lots of phone news. Here are the stories you didn’t see anywhere else in case you missed them:

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The big CTIA show is set to begin this week but that didn’t prevent all sorts of hot topics from hitting the airwaves last week. Here are some of the hot topics on jkOnTheRun in case you missed them:

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The mobile tech world never stops turning and we try to bring the top stories to you.  Here are some of those top stories on jkOnTheRun you may have missed:

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Mobile World Congress took place in Barcelona last week and cell phone news flew hot and heavy from that show.  Microsoft announced the Next Big Thing from Redmond and Android news bounced around the web too.  Here are the top stories on jkOnTheRun in case you missed them:

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This week was a quiet one in the tech world with the Mobile World Congress starting next week.  It was likely the lull before the storm as we expect big news coming out of the MWC as usual.  Here are the top stories on jkOnTheRun you might have missed:

Community Management: The Dark Side

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This is the fourth in a series of online community management posts. Earlier posts covered online community manager jobs, what community managers actually do, and what skills are required to be successful in the role. I don’t want to leave anyone with the impression that community management is all sunny skies, unicorns and rainbows, though. Communities have their fair share of trolls under the bridge, wicked influences and other elements representing the dark side of the force, as Robert S. Robbins points out in a comment on one of my previous posts. Robert said:

“You seem to be ignoring the dark side of the profession. I’ve seen a lot of challenging issues come up in the online communities I participate in. For example: you’ll have to deal with trolls and other disruptive individuals, you’ll have to deal with copyright issues when content providers put up material they don’t own the rights to, and you’ll have to deal with security when women attract stalkers and kids are being preyed upon. YouTube started out as a video sharing site and then became a social networking site but they failed miserably when it came to managing that aspect of the business.”

The dark side can take many different forms. Here are just a few of them. Read More about Community Management: The Dark Side

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You are probably spending today waiting for the start of the Super Bowl like many but meanwhile here are the top stories on jkOnTheRun in case you missed them.  Kevin is no doubt getting ready to see his beloved Cardinals play in their first Super Bowl so good luck to them and Go Cards!