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Bill Kartalopoulos Puts Out Word That They're Accepting Submissions For Best American Comics 2015

The Best American Comics series editor Bill Kartalopoulos put out word via at least Facebook -- there might be other places -- that they're accepting submissions for the next Best American Comics. He put it thusly:We are currently accepting...Show More Summary

A Glitchy Game That's Designed To Break As You Play

Glitch Dungeon places you into the dark depths, only to break the code all around you. Everyone has, at some point, encountered a software glitch. Maybe someone's Facebook page was all messed up. Maybe your word processor just crashed. Glitches are usually a pain, but sometimes, that pain can be fun. Read Full Story

508 Friday Blog Roundup

Perhaps I only posted about this on Facebook (because I can’t find a post on my blog mentioning it even though I know some type of social media discussion took place when I first stated it) but many months ago, I was diagnosed with a vitamin D deficiency.  As in, my body makes pretty much […]

Kevin Sorbo Apologizes For His Ferguson Comments: ‘I Am An Idiot’

As The Inquisitr previously reported, actor Kevin Sorbo issued a statement on his Facebook page in regards to the riots taking place in Ferguson, Missouri. In the statement, Sorbo said that the riots taking place “have very little to do with the shooting” of Michael Brown. “It is an excuse to be the losers these

#MakeupTransformation – A Popular Hashtag on Social Networks

#MakeupTransformation has become one of the most popular hashtags on almost every other social network. Be it Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, Imgur, Flickr and many more places can be seen with this recent trend. Even Google+ is showing some fab results, all of this because by applying simple makeup you can look like a celebrity […]

Simplifyd centralizes client management, boosts productivity

(Tech News) Simplifyd is a web app that manages your clients, invoicing, and estimates, by centralizing everything in one place seamlessly. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat

Why brave journalists like James Foley go to such dangerous places

The mother of James Foley, the kidnapped photographer apparently beheaded by Islamic State militants in Syria, has paid tribute to her son via a Facebook page set up to campaign for his freedom. Brief and to the point, Diane Foley's statement said that her boy "gave his life trying to expose the world to the [...]

Vanessa Place and Felix Bernstein Convo Via Facebook at The Believer

At The Believer, Felix Bernstein doesn’t shy away from the dark in this conversation with Vanessa Place that originated over Facebook. Bernstein opens the interview describing their first meeting: I first met Vanessa Place a year ago, when I performed alongside her and Cecilia Corrigan at a reading. The grouping couldn’t be odder: Corrigan started [...]

Shameless Self Promotion: Curbed Chicago is your go-to...

Curbed Chicago is your go-to place for all things real estate and neighborhood news, but did you know we also have a glorious Facebook page and Twitter feed? Head on over to the Curbed Chicago Facebook and Twitter pages...

Social Media Newsfeed: Jack Dorsey in Ferguson | Facebook Stickers in Comments

Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. Jack Dorsey’s Protesting in Ferguson Offers a Clue of Why He Founded Twitter in the First Place (Quartz) Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has been among the throngs ofShow More Summary

Social Networking For Scientists

by Dish Staff ResearchGate is “essentially a scholarly version of Facebook or LinkedIn” that allows members “a place to create profile pages, share papers, track views and downloads, and discuss research.” It’s certainly gaining traction with researchers: More than 4.5 million researchers have signed up for ResearchGate, and another 10,000 arrive every day, says Madisch. […]

Facebook Satire Tag Takes the Fun out of Pranking Friends

If you go on Facebook, you have undoubtedly seen the satirical stories show up in your feed from places like The Onion and The Daily Currant. It’s very clear from the title of those stories to…

Drone Beat: Strikes in Iraq, Crashes in Yellowstone and More

The U.S. government uses them to bomb alleged terrorists in far-away places. Tech companies like Amazon, Google and Facebook are all toying with the idea of using them, and now they're a photographer's secret weapon. Drones are a big part of our lives, whether we see them or not. Show More Summary

Florida Teen Arrested After Video of Him Viciously Beating An Autistic Boy Goes Viral On Facebook

On Friday, August 15, the Okeechobee Police Department arrested Andrew Wheeler. He reportedly assaulted a 16-year-old autistic boy named Aaron Hill at a house party that took place on Friday August 8. According to WPBF, the 18-year-old man now faces a third-degree felony child abuse charge. In the video, Wheeler can be seen viciously kicking

Louisville Teen Starts Hoax on Twitter About a "Purge"

A teen in Louisville is being investigated after starting rumors of a "Purge" that was slated to take place Friday night. A flier for the purge, circulated on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook gained traction quickly. The nuanced and culturally-sensitive website Thought Catalog published a fictional account of what "happened" during the event, as well. Read more...

American Idol Alum Posts Suicidal Note To Facebook Blaming His Wife For Everything, But It Totally Saved His Life!

We're SO relieved to know American Idol alum Josh Gracin is safe. For those who might not remember, Josh appeared on season 2 of the hit show alongside Clay Aiken and Ruben Studdard. Though Josh ended up in fourth place, he created an enduring bond with viewers due to his background as a former marine and [...]

Foursquare’s relaunch: what your biz needs to do immediately

(Tech News) Foursquare has gone from check-in masters to a discovery engine with two separate apps: Swarm to find people and Foursquare to find places using your preferences as a filter. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat

This bootstrapped company wants to fill the college-shaped hole Facebook left behind

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Co-eds want a social media place to call their own, and Facebook isn't serving that purpose anymore. eCampus Ventures is hoping to meet the need with its trifecta of apps, for finding roommates, comparing textbook costs, and meetingShow More Summary

A Room In The Facebook Mansion Is Available For Rent For Typical Sky-High Bay Area Prices

Looking for a place to stay and also a piece of tech history? Look no further than this Craigslist posting for a room in the original Facebook Palo Alto mansion. For $1,400 per month, you can stay in the three-story, eight-bedroom building the Facebook founders first moved to in California. Show More Summary

AdStage rolls out a tool for power advertisers and nabs $6.25M

For many brands, online ad campaigns take place across multiple platforms, so any tool that makes it more efficient to run these campaigns is quite welcome. A startup called AdStage lets you control and run campaigns on Facebook, Bing, Google AdWords, and LinkedIn all from one place, and it announced today that it has closed $6.25 million in […]

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