During a volatile election cycle, have you been wondering why are you are Facebook friends with people who completely suck?
Social media can be tricky when it comes to coworkers. Guest blogger, Yolonda, is giving tips on how to avoid a social media disaster in the workplace.
By now, you’ve all heard the horrible details. The satiric and “false-headline news” making site, The Onion shared a tweet last night during the Oscars that called nine year old Academy Award nominated actress Quvenzhané Wallis a c*%t. I won’t repeat the word here because it’s not a word that even comes out of my mouth, but I’m sure you know what I’m referring to.
Facebook is the #1 social networking site in the world, but it is without problems, especially for those who use it. It has become such a fabric of our lives that it has broken up homes, cost people their jobs, and perhaps, given wrong impressions to others, without meaning to. Is Facebook ruining your life?
If opening it’s doors to Android wasn’t enough, yesterday, Facebook Inc, announced that they would be buying Instagram for, get this…$1 billion dollars in cash and stock. It’s rumored that Facebook Inc, purchased Instagram in order to keep a competitor such as Google from purchasing it.
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The Super Bowl is known for its commercials, complete with some of the best creativity ad companies can muster. Rating Super Bowl commercials has become a major part of the festivities, and this year, USA Today is letting everyone have an opportunity to rate their favorite Super Bowl commercials with the USA Today Ad Meter application on Facebook.
Time well tell if Google + can sustain itself in the future as a viable social network. Right now, I am remain unimpressed, but we also know how fast things can change in social media.
I am not by any means stepping on a high horse, because trust me, I am guilty as charged. But what would life be without Facebook? What could we be doing with that 53 billion hours other than sitting on Facebook, refreshing our screens to see if anyone has liked our latest online manifesto?
But just like any new thing on the innerwebs, there are always those that simply don’t get it—I mean, how many times did you have to explain to someone how to use Twitter before people finally caught on? Google+ has its advantages and I can see it being one of the most used social networks, especially since they learned from their unfortunate Wave debacle in 2009.
That is exactly what happened this past weekend. I received information about Koowie.com and it made me curious. It is touted as the anti-Facebook website and Craigslist alternative for its users.
You’ve seen the movie but you may still not know the real story behind Facebook and how it has taken over the world with it’s networking platform.