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  • Missing Pet Poster
    Social Media is Helping Reunite Lost Pets
    Most of us who own pets have had that heart stopping moment when we are calling the pooch and he is no where to be found. Your first emotion is anger, then soon after is fear! Fear of them being hurt or taken in by a stranger, every worse thoughts...
  • Money Sign
    Online Survey Taking – the pros and the cons
    In these still very harsh economic times, people are continuously on the lookout for alternative ways to make a buck. This examiner of the arts – for making money, and keeping it is truly an art form – was first introduced to online...
  • Facebook Petition
    Facebook controversy over using 'real names' now targets Pagans and Wiccans
    There have been cases of people in the past who, for intimidation purposes, would create a Facebook profile with a 'fake name' and use that profile to bully people; basically, they're using it for cyber bullying. There have been...
  • Ian Somerhalder announces at the Teen Choice Awards
    Ian Somerhalder celebrate Neitczhe's puppies first birthday
    Ian Somerhalder celebrated ‘to the minute’ of his dog Neitczhe’s puppies one year ago on October 8 at 1:11 p.m. of which he is appreciates very much. He congratulates her on the puppies saying that it makes the world a better...
  • Living Presidents
    The Obama-hater challenge: Has he done anything you LIKED?
    When I read the harsh criticisms of President Barack Obama being posted on Facebook and on right-wing blogsthese days – blaming him for everything from ISIS to Ebola – I am struck that these people are so blinded with hatred that they...
  • Facebook's safety check
    Facebook launches Safety Check tool for natural disasters
    While Mark Zuckerberg is still in Japan on Thursday, he introduced the world to Facebook’s newest tool, Safety Check. On his own Facebook page, Zuckerberg noted that in times of disaster, many people will turn to the internet to find...
  • Erin Bryan facebook post
    What happened to Erin Bryan?
    Winter Haven, Florida: Have you seen this missing woman? Twenty-one-year-old Erin Bryan hasn't been seen or heard from by loved ones in over four days. She was last seen on the evening of October 10, according to this Tuesday news report.The...
  • Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan donate $25 million to fight Ebola
    Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and wife donate $25 million to help fight Ebola
    CEO and founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg announced Tuesday that he and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are donating $25 million to fight the Ebola epidemic. The money is being donated to the Centers for Disease Control Foundation.Zuckerberg...
  • It’s okay to ‘Like’ your own Facebook post
    It’s okay to ‘Like’ your own Facebook post
    Social interaction and the ability to re-engage friends, followers and fans has become a bit easier on Facebook with some recently released tips and tricks, according to EyesOnNews on Monday.Recent reports indicate that clicking “Like”...
  • Apple, Facebook give women coverage for freezing eggs
    Apple, Facebook give women coverage for freezing eggs
    Apple and Facebook are likely changing the game of work perks by offering pay to freeze women’s eggs. According to CNN Money on Oct. 14, the female employees at Facebook are already able to take advantage of this perk through insurance...
  • Everyplay and Unity release study, 1% of mobile gamers account for 29% of spending, sharing on the rise
    1% of mobile gamers account for 29% of spending - Everyplay, Unity study finds
    Everyplay, a mobile gaming replay service owned by Unity, has released a study pinning down the motivations, spending habits, and avenues which mobile gamers find their favorite titles on their devices. The study finds not only are mobile gamers...
  • PayPal
    Will Facebook challenge PayPal in the money transfer industry?
    Social media giant Facebook may soon offer money transferring services for its users. However, the discovery of code embedded in Facebook Messenger by a Stanford University student has raised questions about what Facebook intends the service to do...
  • Fr. Emmerich Vogt, O.P.
    Understanding why the opinions of anonymous don’t matter
    Without a strong sense of identity, the opinions of anonymous actors in their cyber social realm have the power to wreak havoc in our children’s hearts and minds. Anonymous sites like Ask.FM, Secret and Whisper, where it is possible to...
  • Facebook works for B2B too
    Short and sweet spells success for B2B marketers on Facebook
    When most marketers think of Facebook, they think it's a great tool for business to consumer (B2C) companies - but not really worth the time for business to business (B2B) marketing. Three top marketers took to the stage today, October 10 at...
  • You are not a product. Values promoted by Ello.
    Ello: How Social Networks Speak to People
    A new social network named Ello has been drawing much attention with about forty to fifty thousand users signing up every hour. The new website is minimalist in design, lenient with the policy of using real names, and free of ads. It presents...