47 Digital Media Resources You May Have Missed

Back to school for the kids, and back to work for the adults — hopefully it has been a good summer.

Well, we know the shortened week after a holiday weekend can go by in a blur. Plus you might have been busy following the Democratic National Convention or the start of the NFL season.

If this is the case, and you haven’t had time to read up on digital resources that could enrich your day-to-day life, don’t fret because we’ve compiled a helpful guide for your reading pleasure.

This week’s list includes back-to-school apps, tools for small business owners and entrepreneurs, and even an app that can help you decide how to be an equitable tooth fairy.

In anticipation of soon-to-be-released tech products, we have an in-depth look at what new perks the devices will feature and how they compare to older models. For NFL fans, we have a list of Twitter users you should follow to stay informed. For parents, we have a list of things you should never do on Facebook!

There’s a little bit of everything this week, so sink your teeth in to Mashable’s weekly digital resources guide.

Editor’s Picks

Social Media

  • Most Facebook Apps Can Post Behind Your Back [UPDATED]
    Privacy protection company Secure.me analyzed some 500,000 Facebook apps, and shared the results. The biggest takeaways: 63% of those apps ask for the ability to post on your behalf — and 69% of them want your email address.
  • 20 Tricks to Make Facebook Better
    From simple settings option, to browser plug-ins, these 20 tips, tricks and tools will take your Facebook experience to the next level.
  • 32 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for NFL Fans
    In time for 2012′s new NFL season, we’ve collected 32 accounts that will keep you informed, entertained and up-to-date.
  • Social Collaboration Tools Can Make Your Business More Efficient
    When employers and employees are divided geographically, emerging software can bridge the gap and enable working together.
  • 7 Awesome Lesser-Known Subreddits
    We’ve all heard of AMA, but there are plenty of awesome less-famous subreddits that deserve more credit. Here are a few of our favorites.
  • For more social media news and resources, you can follow Mashable‘s social media channel on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook.

    Business & Marketing

    For more business news and resources, you can follow Mashable‘s business channel on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook.

    Tech & Mobile

    For more tech news and resources, you can follow Mashable‘s tech channel on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook.

    Lifestyle

    • 9 Tech Tools That Make City Living a Snap
      In the city, little things like trips to the grocery store can be a major pain. Here are nine products and services that’ll improve your urban dwelling experience.

    For more digital lifestyle news and resources, you can follow Mashable‘s lifestyle channel on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook.

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