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The “Best” One-Star Yelp Reviews of National Parks

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. I’m endlessly fascinated by really, really bad reviews on sites like TripAdvisor, Yelp, etc. More specifically: undeserved one-star reviews, especially at places like The Grand Canyon and Yellowstone National Park. Show More Summary

A 'Star Wars' Facebook Mod Proves There Is No Place For Sexist Idiocy In This Galaxy

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Some people just can't wrap their head around a female warrior without high heels, a visible belly button, and a boob plate.

What it takes to get your newspaper delivered to the right place these days

Norman W. Larson, a retired University of St. Thomas professor and former staffer at the Minneapolis Tribune (it merged with the Star in 1982), posts on Facebook (friends-only setting): My son sent me this photo along with a message that this is his “neighbor’s attempt to get his newspaper delivery contract fulfilled according to its … Read More

Parse CEO Ilya Sukhar is leaving Facebook ‘to do something new’

This morning Ilya Sukhar, the CEO and cofounder of Parse, announced on Twitter (of all places) that he’s leaving Facebook. In a series of tweets, Sukhar said: “it’s time to do something new,” “For now, I’m going to eat burritos and write questionable code on my couch,” and “…you’ve seen this week how big Messenger is thinking. Excited for […]

Online Marketing News: Facebook Gets An Assistant, Tweets Show In Search, Native Beats The Rest

The Big Content Spend: How & Where Are Brands Placing Their Content Budgets [Infographic] – In this infographic, we’re taking a look at just how big of an investment companies are putting into content marketing this year. What kinds of brands believe in content, and invest in it as a major form of marketing? What kind of [...]Show More Summary

Facebook Is Cracking Down on Video Piracy

Facebook announced a new technology this week that will allow the company to more easily detect pirated videos and quickly remove them. The video matching system put into place Thursday will allow content creators to quickly seek out matches of their videos across Facebook. Show More Summary

Facebook is rolling out a solution to its 'freebooting' problem (FB)

Facebook and its userbase has recently come under fire for the practice of "freebooting," where people rip someone else's copyright-protected material from places like YouTube and Vine and then upload it to Facebook's native video player. Show More Summary

Travel Japan: The Obscure UNESCO World Heritage “Site” You’ve Never Heard of

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. UNESCO’s List of World Heritage sites has become something of a “bucketlist starting point” for many travelers. Among many of the world’s most famous landmarks, the list includes: Places as unique...Show More Summary

Slack is years old, but is suddenly blowing up – why?

Slack has been around for a while, but they're suddenly all over the place. Why? Should you get in on the Slack madness? Probably... Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at The American Genius

“Spam King” Pleads Guilty To Sending More Than 27M Unsolicited Facebook Messages

When your email or other messaging account is flooded with messages promising cheap$ R0lexes! and invitations to collect a million dollars from the estate of a long-lost foreign dignitary relative, it’s not easy to place the blame: is it a robot programmed for maximum annoyance? A wee, cackling, evil spam elf? Sometimes, it’s just a human: a man known as … [More]

UFC Fight Night 79: Mirko Cro Cop says he's fighting Anthony Hamilton in South Korea

We knew the place and time, now it seems we know the opponent. Mirko Filipovic took to his Facebook page to announce that he will be taking on hard-hitting Anthony Hamilton when Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) invades Seoul, South Korea for the first time on on Nov. Show More Summary

The 9 most popular computer languages, according to the Facebook for programmers

GitHub is the web's number-one place for developers all over the world to swap and share code. It's even been called the "Facebook for programmers," with lots of Silicon Valley firms requiring job applicants to include their GitHub profile right alongside their resume. Show More Summary

Hell is Other Comment Sections: What To Do About The Internet's Worst Place

I think we all realized comment sections were doomed when even the extreme measure of attaching the right to comment to a Facebook account didn't help to civilize things. It was thought that what allowed people to be awful on the internet was the anonymity. Show More Summary

Facebook wasn’t great at respecting privacy in the first place It’s gotten much worse

Facebook’s privacy practices have always been controversial. It doesn’t charge its users–because its users are the product. The company sells information on its users, their social networks, services they like, and a multitude of other forms of information to advertisers and marketers. Show More Summary

800-Pound Publishing Gorilla Facebook Barges Back Into Blogging With “Notes”

Facebook basically locked Notes in the basement for the past half-decade. Its bare-bones blogging feature launched in 2006 as a place for writing missives that wouldn’t fit in a status update. After a few tweaks like the ability to insert photos, Facebook left Notes to languish. Read More

John Shahidi: The King of Twitter and CEO of Shots

When in 2013, Facebook had to take a page down that had attracted cyberbullies that once was a place for teens to post their selfies, brothers John and Sam Shahidi knew something had to be done. You see, that specific Facebook page had...Show More Summary

Watch And Hear The Blue Angels Thread Between High-Rises In Chicago

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

There are a few places where the Blue Angels regularly perform that put their aircraft in fairly close proximity to large structures, but Chicago may be the closest of them all. The shot above, released on the Blue’s Facebook page gives...Show More Summary

Facebook's last push into e-commerce was a disaster but it's gearing up to try again (FB, Goog, TWTR)

Facebook wants to be more than the place where you like your old roommate's wedding photos, watch viral video clips, or share links to your favorite quizzes. It wants to be the place where you make your next impulse buy. As part of its...Show More Summary

Jumptuit Roadmap Video: A New Search Bar For Your Data At Facebook, Google and Dropbox

Jumptuit aims to connect all of your cloud accounts in a single place so that you can access your files without the hassle. Watch this Roadmap Video to learn more about the founder's vision for the future of data storage and Andrew Weinreich's commentary on the business opportunity.

Important Facebook Report: Nobody Uses 'Lol' Anymore, 'Haha' And Emojis Are Where It's At

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

In a recent study of the way people express laughter on Facebook (which is a real study that actually took place), the company found that good old fashioned 'lols' are basically dead in the water, and 'haha' and emojis are now the preferred method of lying to someone and making them think something that they said was funny. Show More Summary

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