Because those self-checkout machines should know by now that the "unauthorized item in bagging area" is always one of our kids.
CNN: There are two questions. One is: Was there coordination or collusion between the campaigns and these technology tools, which overwhelmed the search engine tools so that certain stories popped up at the top of your newsfeed. The second is, … Continue reading ?
He went live on Facebook to show how fcking stupid he is.
Facebook appears to be taking a page out of Google's playbook for its forthcoming push into consumer hardware. A patent application published by the company on Thursday details a "modular electromechanical device" that can incorporate...Show More Summary
An official for President Donald Trump's Interior Department says the agency pulled Glacier National Park's superintendent from a recent park tour with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to save money, not … Click to Continue »
Ruthie Robertson, an adjunct professor at Mormon-operated Brigham Young University’s Idaho campus, sought to mark the start of Pride month with a post to social media expressing her support for the LGBT community. However, she also raised her c… Read The post BYU Professor Fired for Post Supporting LGBT Community on Facebook appeared first on Towleroad.
Publishers are becoming increasingly dependent on Facebook for revenue.
Post by Kayla Boyd. Bethany Greenway, a 39-year-old mother of two who lives in Texas, has become an inspiration to us all by using Facebook to document her battle with melanoma. Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, and according to Today, Greenway wants to warn others of the possible risks of tanning.
Like many folks these days, I have a few group text and Facebook messenger threads running at any given moment. My local mom friends text group, my book club group DM, and a group DM for fellow admins of a Facebook group I manage, among others. Show More Summary
Mark Birchall, the father of a 7-year-old boy with autism living in Liverpool, England, is mad - and for good reason. Birchall took to Facebook on July 18 to express how angry he felt when his son Jacob's teacher suggested keeping him...Show More Summary
BuzzFeed’s Tasty recipe brand, which has reached unparalleled viral heights on Facebook, may be coming soon to a standalone app. BuzzFeed could unveil the app as soon as next week, Digiday reports, and it will include recipe clips as well as side-by-side visuals, instructions, and the ability to compile a favorites list. Show More Summary
Passing gas in a yoga class has got to be one of people's top fears when they're new to the Down Dog scene, but this hilarious Facebook post from Laura Mazza, known as Mum on the Run, might make you feel much better about Nama-tooting in class. "I'd like to say I'm making this story up, but alas no. Show More Summary
It's sort of like Instagram, only with more shilling. And without the pretense. We're used to companies like Facebook and Snapchat matching each other feature for feature, one "inventing" something for its app not long after the other. Show More Summary
Briemund! @hbonordic PS Check out my facebook page for an interview about: Is Tormund romantic?! Link in bio! #briemund A post shared by Kristofer Hivju (@khivju) on Jul 18, 2017 at 1:17am PDT Amid the many darker plotlines on Game of Thrones, there is one truly bright light: the glorious flirtation between Tormund and Brienne of Tarth. Show More Summary
Facebook's newest priority isn't a shiny new technology or a funky new predictive algorithm. It's Groups, one of the earliest features on TheFacebook.com. These aren't your sophomore year of college Groups though. Facebook is pointing...Show More Summary
It’s been a bustling week for Facebook and the news business — not to mention the past six months. Since launching the Facebook Journalism Project — a step toward broader collaboration with the industry or a charm offensive to make nice with publishers, depending who you talk to — in January, the not-a-media-company social media company...
You have no shortage of options when it comes to watching gaming-related video content. Twitch and YouTube are huge portals for livestreams and recorded clips, but Facebook has also started working its way into that conversation with its own broadcasting platform. For example, Facebook struck a deal with developer Bluehole to livestream the official videos for […]
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“You don’t take a photograph. You ask quietly to borrow it.” — Unknown The photo social network Instagram is on its way to 1 billion users, alongside Facebook and WhatsApp. In the past two years, Instagram has doubled its monthly active user base to 700 million, and the pace of growth is accelerating. That makes Instagram twice […]
Let's be honest: the internet is a great way to debate issues and share opinions, and the topic of parenting (and its one million variations) is often one of the most heated discussions, whether it's on Facebook or in the comment section of a celeb's Instagram post. Show More Summary