Will Google+ make you hit the’ Deactivation’ button on Facebook?
We see stats every other month about the “browser wars” and which internet browser is creeping up on the other or completely getting slaughtered. But how do YOU feel about the browsers we use everyday?
Popular micro-blogging platform Tumblr has recently pushed out a new user interface. Most known for their ease of use, the service allows users to post text, images, videos, links, quotes and audio to their a short-form blog.
Luxury lifestyle and men’s fashion brand, 88th & Mifland is releasing their latest leather iPad case/sleeve.
Whether you are just starting out, have been designing for a while or simply have a new interest in Web Design, the following books are must-haves for your book collection.
MTV recently premiered their Lady Gaga special, Inside the Outside, and Google Chrome snuck in a little advertising displaying how the pop singer uses Google products to connect with her very large fan base.
Google knew their new Scommercial for Google Chrome, titled ‘Dear Sophie,’ would make us tear up a little and get all sappy.
Demi Moore and Asthon Kutcher are using their star power to bring awareness and the eventual end of child and sex slavery, recruiting fellow celebrities Eva Longoria, Bradley Cooper, Jason Mraz, Adrian Peterson, Justin Timberlake and more for new campaign.
Twitter is basically saying that it has “enough third-party apps like Seesmic, Hoosuite, and Tweetdeck so build other stuff, developers!”
Definitely no surprise. While some may have seen the service as innovative, I’ve never seen much user interaction and it became a clear waste of time after completing my profile.
Adobe, the proud maker of popular software titles such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat and Flash, worked with interactive advertising agency Traction to create a social media engagement initiative.
Looks as though an untapped market could use some online innovations, similar to those now used in the restaurant industry (Groupon, LivingSocial, OpenTable, Seamlessweb).
We’ve been anticipating this update since Facebook’s announcement in Fall 2010.
You are searching for a job in a painfully slow economy and using all outlets available — job boards, newspapers, networking, etc. You stumble onto yet another job site where you create a login and even input all of your resume information for the 100th time. This process can easily take up 45 mins to an hour of your time and a full day’s worth of work if you are really committed.
I had my share of favorite moments not only from President Obama’s speech but from the real-time online comments by others. My Twitter timeline was on fire!
Someone was bound to create a tool like this and how surprised can we really be? Facebook’s made it clear that forcing people to opt-out of a service works better than asking them to opt-in. While we all should know by now that very little of our information is private and whatever you post on your social networks is technically public, Spokeo goes too far. My friend @honoraire posted this on Facebook warning all of her friends…
Have you completely switched over to eBooks? What do you use more now?
The Great Secret Santa is a gift exchange amongst your group of Facebook friends where instead of giving each other gifts everything goes to charity.