Ever a precious voice of peace in these chaotic times, Jeff Tweedy has braved the hells of the internet not to feed the trolls that keep it burning, but instead nourish their minds. In a letter on Wilco's Facebook, Tweedy is politely engaging with Trump supporters who've flooded his band's ... More »
Think before you tweet. That’s the lesson Katie Rich is learning, after her disgusting “joke” about Barron Trump went viral. Rich deleted the tweet, then deactivated her Twitter and Facebook accounts, it’s rumored in a response to the social media backlash. Show More Summary
If you follow me on Facebook then you know I post a lot. Too much for some. I get that. But Saturday was special. As an active FB user I notice the responses (or lack thereof) that my posts get. In 10 years on the medium, I have never seen a response like I did on Saturday as a result of the #WomensMarch. Show More Summary
The National Football League’s two conference championship games Sunday dominated the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for the week of Jan. 16.
Before, if you wanted to leave a message for the president, you could call up the White House switchboard. There you could voice your grievances, worries, and praise by actually dialing a number and talking to someone, or at least someone...Show More Summary
Congratulations, you played yourself. As we're sure you've heard, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen were subjected to extremely offensive racist and anti-Semitic comments from a paparazzo last week as they arrived at JFK airport in New York. And now, a photographer named Erwyn Diaz is outing himself as the culprit! Related: Celebs React To Donald Trump's Inauguration If he [...]
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President Donald Trump is prompting a tirade against media outlets. Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat are clamoring for user attention and advertiser dollars in part by tying exclusive and extensive partnerships. It's a confusing timeShow More Summary
Instagram has come a long way since it launched in 2010 and was acquired by Facebook in 2012.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WTTV) — An Indiana state senator is drawing heat after apparently sharing a derogatory Facebook post about this weekend's Women's March. Indiana Sen. Jack E. Sandlin shared a post that said, "In one day, Trump got...Show More Summary
Wilco, like many other bands and musicians, have recently been protesting the election of Donald Trump by marching and performing on the behalf of organizations like the ACLU and Planned Parenthood. Not all of the band’s fans, however, support their political activism, and have been airing their grievances on the band’s Facebook page. Show More Summary
His excuse is ridiculous.
Security researcher Dan Melamed figured out a clever way to delete any video on Facebook earlier this year, and the social network rewarded him with $10,00 for responsibly reporting his hack. Read more...
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Wilco's Jeff Tweedy attended the Women's March on Saturday, and posted a photo of him and his wife to the band's social media accounts, which apparently drew the ire of some less-than-savory characters who criticized the musician's involvement in politics. Today, he posted a letter addressing the "fellow citizens who are being mean in our…
Snapchat is introducing new guidelines for its editorial partners in hopes of avoiding fake news, which has caused major headaches for rival Facebook.
Richard Drake, the chair of the Saguache County, Colorado, Republican Party, has apparently removed an meme from his Facebook page depicting a castration device. Accompanying the image were the sentences, "Make'em think twice before entering the ladies room. Show More Summary
I've mentioned on Facebook that I've spent the last couple of weeks teaching at a Saigon labor college. I'm writing now to give an update -- and a heads-up to anyone who might be interested in either a short-term gig...
Protester Udai Basavaraj posted a Facebook video showing him shaming Lou Dobbs and Pat McCrory on the streets of D.C.. The three-minute video shows Dobbs and McCrory conferring in the street before being chased down into an alley where they
Inconsiderate Women's March participants marched for things they wanted, instead of what this one lady on Facebook thought was more important. How rude!