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“Mockingbird” Coming to an E-reader Near You (I should tweet that)
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This summer a college friend texted me a hyperlink along with the comment, “You’re going to want to see this.” I clicked and began viewing a preview for Season 2 of MTV’s television show Catfish. A few minutes into the more »
This is a great article: Why a small startup was able to build Instagram, while a company like Eastman Kodak, was not? Culture is the catalyst for disruption. So even though Google or Facebook or Apple could have made Instagram, more »
Thank god for stupid people posting the stupid things they do on Facebook. If you know me, you know I’m all about online privacy and protecting your identity and anonymity. For example, I don’t think employers should stalk potential employees more »
Today the world revolves around Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and the like. It started as a fad, built into a craze and is now, for many, a way of life. Its no longer for the youth of the generation, the social more »
BE ADVISED: if you make out with your boyfriend during a Canadian hockey riot, people are going to know
It all started with the Facebook. I used to be a very private person; I still pretend to be one, but at this point in my existence in the realm of social media, it’s pretty much a pointless exercise. Why? more »