The Globe and Mail has an interesting Vox article on investing in Zynga, which has created free online social media games such as Farmville on Facebook versus other social media applications. It hearkens me back to the Internet investment boom of the 1990’s when investors took the first steps and risks to invest in new online companies such as Amazon. The title is accurately, “Zynga’s virtual items may turn into real cash for investors“. Market Watch by the Wall Street Journal has an article, “How to invest in the social-networking IPO boom: What to know about Groupon, Twitter and Wall Street’s next tech craze” which further explores the question if the tech world is setting itself up for another bubble with social media apps. It will be interesting to see what happens as more and more apps reach broader audiences.