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
Right now, in a place you've never visited, a person you'll never know is dying. If he's dying in a particularly devastating way—and, more importantly, if he is leaving behind shareable content—it is possible that millions of strangers will mourn his or her death tomorrow. Why? Read more...
One of the weird things about the 21st century is what happens to people's social media presence when they die. Facebook pages turn into these sort of weird/morbid/beautiful virtual shrines, places where even years later people go to post and publicly process their loss. Show More Summary
Eva Shockey with 510-pound bear; photo via Facebook By Pete Thomas/GrindTv Eva Shockey knew she was placing herself in the crosshairs of anti-hunters before she posted a photo of herself posing with a 510-pound black bear she killed last week to her Facebook page. Show More Summary
Florida State University's Strozier Library was the scene of America's latest school shooting. For one extraordinarily lucky student, that was both the very worst and very best place to be. In a Facebook post written after the incident,...Show More Summary
The biggest threat to transatlantic data flows may come from an unusual place: an Austrian privacy activist.
Facebook executives drew a line in the proverbial sand on Friday when they announced their plans to restructure the way posts placed by brands appear in newsfeeds. As if it hasn't been hard enough to gain organic reach, Facebook has essentially closed the door on anything other than paid advertising. Show More Summary
Summary: In yet another move to be the only place you visit online, Facebook has created a network for coworkers to collaborate. Facebook at Work allows users to share work documents and chat, but keeps the work-related network separate from your personal Facebook profile. Facebook at Work hopes to compete with similar services such as Google Drive and Microsoft’s Office.
President Barack Obamadidn’t need the press to tease his immigration plan. Instead, he went directly to the place where many Americans increasingly get their news: Facebook.
Facebook and Twitter fans still can’t get over lavish wedding of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West that took place earlier this year, and we could be in for another one! Yep, rumor has it that there may be another Kardashian wedding next year, and no, we’re not talking about Kourtney and Scott. Find out who the […]
I recently celebrated a birthday. According to Facebook, I'm 87 years old. In reality, I'm slightly younger than that. Despite my advancing age, my old bones only really wanted to drag themselves to one place. Here's a hint: This happily...Show More Summary
Over at the other place, I’ve written an article on the glory days of concept cars and the beauty that was “the wedge.” Also, buy my car book. Dale’s social media profiles: Twitter | Facebook | Google+
The social media platform has made its Places Discovery more useful as a local search and discovery tool.
Facebook's new Places Directory shows you businesses in any area you search, their user ratings, and what your friends are saying about them. Read more...
Facebook has quietly launched a new Places Directory, which lets you search for the best destinations in cities across the world. Once you’ve searched for a specific city or town, you can select from restaurants, hotels, bars, cafes, attractions, arts & entertainment, gyms, cinemas, schools and universities, theatres, supermarkets and landmarks. Show More Summary
Facebook is officially unveiling its new New York City office on Astor Place. The company started moving teams into the new space back in February when it was still undergoing construction. "Taking a moment to look back, when we first...Show More Summary