This is a really good overview of how to clean up your FB privacy settings.
This is pretty great news. (Get it?)
A big push from Google to support quality journalism
This is an interesting application of AR tech to everyday apps.
“The best Twitter accounts, the ones I see, are the ones that have a personality. Are not just tweeting out, 'We hit a three. We are up by one point.' Answer people! Make some jokes! Have some fun! Twitter is a place where you interact, so have some interaction. People were coming at us jokingly, so I tweeted back at them jokingly. And that’s what got people to notice.”
Snark doesn't hurt, in moderate amounts.
"Twitter users seem almost to prefer sharing falsehoods. Even when the researchers controlled for every difference between the accounts originating rumors—like whether that person had more followers or was verified—falsehoods were still 70 percent more likely to get retweeted than accurate news."
It only makes sense to be nice on Facebook. Science says.
A reminder: for every business, there is a useful social platform.
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Admit it… you take pictures of your food before you start to eat these days!
Seems like this would set a very bad precedent… thoughts?
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