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The Evolution of Data Journalism

Summary: In the 19th century, the streets of New York City proved to be the perfect incubator for cholera. The disease made its debut during the summer of 1832, when 3,000 New Yorkers died within a few weeks. By 1849, more than 5,000 deaths could be traced back to cholera, becoming a full-blown epidemic.

Twitter is phasing out the “Buy” button, will continue to offer donations

There have been rumors for a while about Twitter preparing to retire its commerce operation. Now it looks like the company has finally started to wind down its partnerships in confirmation of that fact. Customers of e-commerce platform Shopify...Show More Summary

As service closes, Viners send off their final farewells

The time has come: Tuesday marks the end of Vine as we know it. As the app transforms into Vine Camera, leaving those punchy 6-second videos behind, many of its biggest stars and fans are sharing one last good-bye.  SEE ALSO: The 5 most...Show More Summary

Google Releases New Update for Google+. Yes, Google+.

Google has today released a new update for Google+, including comment filters, photo zoom and the return of Events.

Reminder: Today is the Last Day of Vine as You Know it

Vine will convert to the new 'Vine Camera' app from tomorrow, meaning you'll no longer be able to log into the app.

Vine shuts off sharing, launches Vine Camera

Vine as we know it is dead. Today Twitter turned off sharing, liking, commenting and revining in Vine, and released its successor, Vine Camera, as an app update on iOS and Android. It has also discontinued the Vine Windows Phone app....Show More Summary

Pinterest Adds Ad Groups to Campaign Structure

Pinterest announced the addition of ad groups to its campaign structure.

The Hoth Money Machine at #ASW17

While walking the show floor at Affiliate Summit West in Las Vegas, we came across something I haven’t seen in a long time. A cash money machine! The money machine was at The Hoth booth. It was filled with $1 and $2 bills. There were also some fake bills that you can cash in for a The Hoth t-shirt. You […]

Nielsen Social Content Ratings, Week of Jan. 9: Nearly 53 Million Interactions for Packers-Cowboys

The Green Bay Packers’ last-second National Football League playoff victory over the host Dallas Cowboys dominated the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for the week of Jan. 9.

Parse Reminds Developers About Jan. 30 Shutdown

Parse co-founder Kevin Lacker issued a reminder that the cloud application platform is shuttering Jan. 30.

"There are no conditions to which a man may not become accustomed, particularly if he sees that they..."

“There are no conditions to which a man may not become accustomed, particularly if he sees that they are accepted by those about him.” - Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina

"Americans can have a soft spot for “revolution,” since our war of independence from the British..."

“Americans can have a soft spot for “revolution,” since our war of independence from the British Empire was so nifty. But most revolutions are not. They are usually overtaken by their most extreme elements, spiral beyond the control of the principled, and lead to the collapse of social order and gratuitous and senseless bloodletting. Show More Summary

"We are living in a post-fact, post-rationalist, post-deliberative society, in which people believe..."

“We are living in a post-fact, post-rationalist, post-deliberative society, in which people believe what they want to believe, as if they were selecting items from different columns of a take-out menu.” - Jonathan Kirshner, America, America

Twitter loops all videos under 6.5 seconds as Vine shrivels into a camera

Twitter itself will take Vine’s place as a social network for short videos. To prep for tomorrow’s Vine shutdown and rebirth as Vine camera, Twitter now automatically loops all videos shorter than 6.5 seconds. That’s not just clips posted from Vine Camera, but any tiny video, including ones saved from other apps like Snapchat. Show More Summary

Google+ Hides Lower-Quality Comments, Adds Photo Zoom for Web, Events

Remember Google+? Yes, it still exists, and it announced three major updates Tuesday.

Facebook Sets Up Shop in Paris’ Station F Startup Campus

The “first worldwide Startup Garage” at Station F in Paris will devote several spaces to launch partner Facebook.

Flurry: Mobile App Usage Increased 11% in 2016

Flurry Analytics released a new report, which analyzed the time users spent in apps in 2016.

Crimson Hexagon stores one trillion social media posts for customer analytics

If you posted one public social media post per second, it would take you 31,000 years to reach one trillion posts, which will all be in Crimson Hexagon's data repository.

Twitter Wants Users to Share Their #NewProfilePic

Twitter is encouraging users who updated their profile pictures to share those updates in an effort to boost visual content and engagement.

Partying Under The Stars with Share A Sale #ASW17

Affiliate marketers work hard but we play harder. That attitude will help you understand why Affiliate Summit hosts some of the biggest parties in the industry. For as long as I can remember, ShareASale has hosted the opening night party, and they do an amazing job at it. All ShareASale parties have a theme, and the theme for this year’s […]

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