One of the most frequent questions you see these days in electric vehicle forums, blog comments, Facebook groups, and here on CleanTechnica is some variation of the following: "I reserved my Tesla Model 3 on (fill the date), will I still...Show More Summary
Facebook has received a lot of the blame, or credit, for the results of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, but how many voters actually relied on the social network as a news source?
Photo credit: John Eisenschenk via Flickr Creative Commons By Kica Matos This week my Facebook page has been flooded by posts from friends memorializing the departure of the Obamas from the White House, taking stock of his legacy (for...Show More Summary
StylFlip, India’s premium marketplace for pre-owned fashion based in Mumbai became the latest startup to receive credits to the tune of $40,000
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy ) Super chunky knits are all the rage right now (we even had Kaitlin arm knit us a blanket on Facebook Live). After watching a cozy throw get knit in just 15 minutes, I wondered what other cool things you could make with this gorgeous bulky yarn. Here are five more projects for your home that you can arm knit in an afternoon: READ MORE »
Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website or at Facebook. (Image credit: Jimberg13 ) The first Super Bowl took place on January 15, 1967. The game was not universally called "the Super Bowl." Many sources called it the much more syllabic AFL-NFL World Championship Game. Show More Summary
Kingr, an Indian startup has been selected by Facebook for its Fbstart program under which the startup will receive services and credits
Today’s Warrior Mom guest post comes from Samantha Konikoff, who lives in Bellingham, Washington. Eva Amurri Martino and her son. (Photo credit: Eva Amurri Martino on Instagram) While browsing through Facebook this week, I saw aShow More Summary
A protester holding a placard in Tahrir Square referring to Facebook and Twitter, acknowledging the role played by social media during the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Ever have one of those moments where you feel...Show More Summary
Radhika attended the Asiavision Awards last week wearing a strapless Shantanu and Nikhil with jewellery from TBZ. Wearing the hair in the updo balanced out the gown perfectly. She looked great! Photo Credit: Facebook
A total stranger in Texas is being credited with leaving a $750 tip for a waiter from Ireland, a generous gift the waiter says will help fly his new family home to meet his folks. In a Facebook post that’s since gone viral, Taryn Keith,...Show More Summary
Facebook has made the decision to stop certain advertisers from using racial targeting when placing advertisements on Facebook. According to USA Today, Facebook has specifically made the decision to stop housing, credit, and employment advertisers from using racial targeting. Show More Summary
Man dissolves in Yellowstone hot pool … Facebook’s biggest fake news writer speaks out … The Jeurys Familia 911 (...)
Hacking group OurMine claims credit for defacing the Facebook CEO's Pinterest account. It also hacked Zuckerberg back in June.
Now that news about fake websites out of Macedonia — which help some teenagers make up to $3,000 per day, as reported by the Inquisitr — has been credited with helping Donald Trump become President-elect Trump, a list of those fake sites is going viral. Show More Summary
David Mancuso a DJ credited with founding the first underground dance party in New York at The Loft, has died at the age of 72, Kid Recordings owner Craig Shifty announced on Facebook Monday night: RIP David Mancuso October 20, 1944 – November… Read The post Legendary NYC DJ and Dance Music Pioneer David Mancuso Dead at 72 appeared first on Towleroad.
SILICON VALLEY — Facebook is changing its advertising targeting tools to no longer allow companies to exclude people from seeing ads for jobs, housing or credit, based on their racial or ethnic group. In late October, journalists atShow More Summary
Social media played a huge part in this year’s US election and President-elect Donald Trump has absolutely no doubt it was Facebook and Twitter that gave him an edge in his win over Hillary Clinton. Over the weekend, the Republican paid...Show More Summary
Facebook will end some ads that target users by their race. "We are going to turn off, actually prohibit, the use of ethnic affinity marketing for ads that we identify as offering housing, employment and credit," Erin Egan, Facebook's Vice President of US public policy, told USA Today. More »
Advertisers will not be able to keep ads for housing, job opportunities or credit off your feed based on your "ethnic affinity," Facebook announced.