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    Shareable Social; a Solution for the Modern Business
    Today the world spins on the axles of technology; now more than ever. Today’s people live and breathe by mobile devices and social media. Social media is an outlet that started out in a purely personal manner but is now utilized widely by...
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    1 Person 'likes' this
    When we set goals, accomplish them and are excited and proud of ourselves we can’t help but want others to outwardly express the same thing for us. Almost as if our finished product, dedication and success isn’t full and complete...
  • Judge refuses to dismiss lawsuit against Facebook for scanning private messages
    Judge refuses to dismiss lawsuit against Facebook for scanning private messages
    On December 23, 2014, U.S. District Judge Phyllis Hamilton in Oakland, California denied Facebook's bid to dismiss a class action lawsuit, accusing the company of violating user privacy by scanning the content of private messages for...
  • Oil and gas fracking in Calilfornia
    Ian Somerhalder incensed over St. Tammany fracking
    Ian Somerhalder is incensed over the permit that the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources has granted Hellis Oil to ‘hydraulic fracture’ St. Tammany Parish aquifer.On his Twitter account he posted quite a few angry comments about...
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    Asexual vlogger runs afoul of Facebook's authentic names policy
    Vlad Draculea, who contributed to Asexual Awareness videos and the short-lived A Life podcast, fell victim to Facebook’s authentic name policy on December 16. Vlad used this name to prevent a stalker from tracking zem down. Ze explained why...
  • Jesse Tyler Ferguson: Mitch and Cam are not ‘the gay equivalent of blackface’
    Jesse Tyler Ferguson: Mitch and Cam are not ‘the gay equivalent of blackface’
    Jesse Tyler Ferguson loves his character on “Modern Family” and has no problem standing up for him. According to a Dec. 22 report by the Huffington Post, the Emmy-nominated actor came to the defense of popular couple Mitch and Cam ...
  • Man sets house on fire because of Facebook comment
    Man burns down woman's house because of Facebook comments he didn't like
    According to Fox8 News, a man has been accused of burning down a woman's house after an interchange of comments on Facebook. Just a few days before Christmas, Joanie Yount, 22, and her 3-year-old son are homeless. To make matters worse, the...
  • snake lost on a plane
    Snake lost on FedEx plane, found thanks to Facebook
    A rare female python snake that was supposed to arrive at its new owner's home on Dec. 12 was lost in transit, and didn't arrive until last night, Dec. 18. Talk about snakes on a plane! Lesley Marshall purchased a rare python snake, and...
  • Instagram
    Citigroup says Instagram is worth $35 billion
    At first Instagram seemed like a simple place for kids to play around online sharing their photos. Facebook didn't see things ending here and when Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion in April 2012 many people were shocked at the high...
  • The Amazing Leo
    Las Vegas dog uses Facebook to spread happiness and awareness
    If you need a new friend on Facebook, The Amazing Leo wants to make your day a little brighter. The tiny, Las Vegas-based pug as found himself with more than 2,000 new followers over the past two weeks, and his Facebook page has been inundated...
  • CEO interview: Bret Taylor of Quip, a beautifully simple productivity app
    CEO interview: Bret Taylor of Quip, a beautifully simple productivity app
    CEO interview: Bret Taylor of Quip, a beautifully simple productivity appRecently, I had the pleasure to interview the CEO and co-founder of Quip, Bret Taylor. Quip is located in San Francisco in the Warfield Theater building in the bustling and...
  • Fighting AIDS with Facebook and Twitter
    Fighting AIDS with Facebook and Twitter
    A new study by researchers at the UCLA AIDS Institute and Center for AIDS Research reported that social media such as Twitter and Facebook, combined with behavioral psychology, might have value for the fight against AIDS by encouraging high-risk...
  • New for Facebook Pages: Calls to Action
    Facebook just got better for local businesses, read this
    Good news is coming our way over the next few weeks and into the early days of 2015 with respect to Facebook business pages. Not too long from now, Facebook business owners will be able to add call-to-action buttons to their page which is expected...
  • Jackson as Jules in "Pulp Fiction"
    Samuel L. Jackson challenges fellow celebs to sing out against racist cops
    I greatly admire Samuel L. Jackson for the commanding job he did in "Pulp Fiction," where he played one of the scariest hit men ever to grace the big screen. I just wish he would stick to acting and stop acting out.Jackson who is...
  • Facebook thumbs down on drunk photos
    Facebook to detect and prevent drunken and embarrassing photos
    Facebook is looking to end the embarrassing uploads of those who find their drunken weekend photos flattering. The social media giant will accomplish this by the use of a special “digital assistant.”This new image-recognition...