Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. Having gelato on Las Ramblas © Steph Spencer Facebook has crunched some hefty numbers and released its list of the most popular places in the world where users of its social network have checked in during 2013. Disney parks lead the way, taking the top spot for Facebook check-ins on three continents thanks to its [...]Show More Summary
The Internet is a glorious, hilarious place where people ask all of their dumbest questions with absolutely no filter at all. And believe us, there are totally dumb questions. These people also seem never to have heard of Google, which makes it even better. Show More Summary
American consulting firm Bain & Company has been ranked as the best place to work in 2014, according to an annual survey of employee satisfaction, knocking Facebook off the top spot.Jumping from fourth place last year, the Boston-based...Show More Summary
I received a note from Caitlin McGurk at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum giving me permission to use this photo -- which I'm sure she's also placed on her Facebook feed -- of her with the cartoonist Richard Thompson, recovering from hip replacement surgery. Show More Summary
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Tech companies are constantly competing for the best talent, and according to a new survey, Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook are the top
Twitter has displaced Facebook as the top tech employer, according to a new best-workplace list from Glassdoor, a website where employees rank their companies and employers list jobs. Tech companies occupy seven of the top 10 spots on the 2014 edition of the site’s list.
“The happiest place on Earth” is still Disneyland — at least if measured by Facebook’s most checked-in locations this year. Disneyland locations in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Paris and California were among the 25 most popular spots Facebook users posted check-ins from in 2013. Show More Summary
Glassdoor, which provides an anonymous space for people to rate and review their employers, has released its Best Places to Work list for 2014, and it seems there’s been some significant shakeup. Facebook, for one, dropped out of the...Show More Summary
Career website Glassdoor today released its sixth annual Employees’ Choice Awards, a list of the 50 best places to work for in the coming year. Twitter was elected the number... Keep reading ?
Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. One of the best things about travelling the world is trying the remarkable variety of beer available from each place you visit. In fact, I’ve come up with my own shoddy Beer Index which lists the price of beer per litre in each country I’ve visited. (Though I can’t see any government department referencing it [...]Show More Summary
Social media takes time. Tweets here. Facebook updates there. Pics pinned to Pinterest and videos on YouTube. I’m always juggling how much of what I do in one place I bring over and post in another place. Best case scenario is a tool that does it for me. Today, that tool is the new Pinterest […]
I hear it over and over from entrepreneurs and authors – I’m not fond of Facebook but I have to be there. A year ago, I would have agreed wholeheartedly, but now... not so much. Facebook is a tough place for anyone trying to build an audience from scratch. If you’re a […]
Facebook’s annual snapshot of conversations on its network, released on Monday, showed that tributes to Nelson Mandela earned the late South African icon a place on the list of most-discussed topics of the year. Mandela’s passing last...Show More Summary
While Americans were busy "Liking" each other's pet photos, Facebook was working behind the scenes, counting and ranking how many times users mentioned the year's most prominent people, places and events. Today, Facebook officially unveiled its 2013 Year in Review. Show More Summary
The world of 2013, according to Facebook.
Facebook has found that, given good tools and suggested wording, people are more likely to constructively solve problems than fume and feud.
Facebook is clearly the dominant social network around today. It's the place where everybody goes in large part because it's the place where everybody is. That kind of thing is hard to change, but Google+ has been making a valiant attempt to do so over the last couple of years. Show More Summary
Schools are a place of learning and growing, but if there is a way to make things faster and more efficient, why not? The Internet can be said to be an indispensable part of life these days, so much so that having a fast connection would...Show More Summary
Facebook (FB) as a member of the most widely followed stock index? S&P 500 (SPY) component Molex (MOLX) said today it expects its buyout by Koch Industries to close on Dec. 9, prompting the question which stock might take its place. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images In a note this afternoon, UBS quant Trista Rose calls Facebook “a [...]