@otherswise: Overlooked: The urge for meaning.?—?@stoweboyd https://t.co/ygn50IoIMi http://pic.twitter.com/HTR2d67unG — michael davisburchat (@otherswise) February 22, 2017
Still not ranking at the top of the search results for your most sought after keywords and search phrases? Don’t worry… you aren’t alone. In fact, hundred of millions of sites will never even rank on the first for some of their best keywords… and at the end of the day, it really all comes down to a numbers game […]
It looks as if Facebook is throwing its hat into the professional world of sports. The social media giant is reportedly in talks with the MLB to live stream one game a week. This would be a game changer for sports fans around the world (pun intended.) After all, sports are some of the only […]
The NBA trade deadline is less than 48 hours away, leaving basketball executives scrambling and trade rumors swirling, many of them on Twitter. And it seems many fans think the folks running NBA team social media accounts somehow have a say in what trades are consummated. Show More Summary
When the artist behind the classic Barack Obama "Hope" poster released an array of beautiful new images honoring diversity ahead of Trump's inauguration, they quickly became icons of a more welcoming country. However, administratorsShow More Summary
Summary: Facebook is in discussions with Major League Baseball to retain live streaming rights to one game per week, according to a report this afternoon from Reuters. The deal, while far from finalized, would give Facebook a significant edge in the business of live events. Show More Summary
yosoyleche: 12-gauge-rage: waterboarding: Correct. Very correct. Omg. Wolverines!
“Reason is an adaptation to the hypersocial niche humans have evolved for themselves.” - Hugo Mercier and Dan Sperber, The Enigma of Reason
With a perfectly corny, safely politically neutral ad about politics, undecided voter Ken Bone is still squeezing out the last drops of internet fame. Bone, in case you forgot, was the man who shot to internet celeb status during the second presidential debate last fall. Show More Summary
@jimbobtyer: @noahsparks as it’s @stoweboyd the whole thing is one flash of inspiration. — James Tyer (@jimbobtyer) February 21, 2017
Luke Baker has worked in the most remote reaches of Australia and Papua New Guinea, but leaving his family is always a painful rupture. But Facebook is helping in surprising ways. Now based in Bundaberg, Queensland, he was sent to mining...Show More Summary
Perhaps libraries and President Donald Trump were destined to be enemies. The president has made it known that he's not a man of books. Libraries, meanwhile, are filled with many more books than people. The president has made it known he's not a fan of immigration. Show More Summary
One of the remarkable things about the roadshow presentations for hotly-anticipated IPOs — where they’ll make a pitch to investors and answer questions — is that they are often unremarkable. That seemed about the same case for Snap, which was presenting to potential investors at the Mandarin Hotel in New York this afternoon. Show More Summary
Right now, your business is in one of two states: the business is either growing or it’s dying Businesses, especially online businesses, are never stagnant. Because even though it may seem like you’re maintaining your current level of revenue and doing OK, you’re actually going backwards. Show More Summary
Milo Yiannopoulos just wants you to listen to him — somewhere, anywhere. You were supposed to listen to him at what would no doubt have been an eyebrow-raising speech at this week's Conservative Political Action Conference. You were supposed to listen to him through his book, Dangerous. Show More Summary
The new MATRIX Voice tool competes with Google Home and Amazon Echo to bring affordable voice control to the Raspberry Pi platform
Simon & Schuster has finally pulled Milo Yiannopoulos' book deal after a video emerged showing the alt-right troll and Breitbart editor defending and advocating for sexual relationships between 13-year-olds and adults. SEE ALSO: Milo...Show More Summary
Snapchat is now selling Spectacles online, via the Spectacles website.
Buying fake followers can be tempting if you want to quickly build your social presence. But there are many problems with this approach.
Facebook is going at Snapchat again with another copycat function, this time within their hugely popular WhatsApp messaging tool.