Social media is the interaction among people in which they create, share or exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks
That’s right, Peeple (basically “Yelp for people”) will let you assign reviews and one-to-five star ratings to anyone you know.
A gorgeous rare multi-colored cloud in Costa Rica’s sky prompted heated online debate between atheists and creationists as to the cause of the stunning sight.
R.E.M. has a major beef with two outspoken GOP politicians using their music— namely Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. And the iconic band isn’t pulling any punches.
3 weeks since its release, Windows 10 while having some good features, has been criticized for its privacy issues, software bugs & hardware incompatibility.
Compelling conversations with fellow seekers and mystics like Alex & Allyson Grey, Toko-Pa Turner, Richard Tarnas, Graham Hancock, Daniel Pinchbeck and biologist, Rupert Sheldrake, guide us through the underlying premise of the film: perhaps we can tap into a way of being that is not ruled by a finite sense of time, but rather by the ability to live in harmony with the true creative nature of our existence.
AT&T hit with $100mn fine after slowing down ‘unlimited’ data The Federal Communications Commission hit telecommunications giant AT&T with a $100 million fine, the largest it has ever levied, for slowing down the internet speeds of customers with “unlimited” data plans. The company said it will fight the fine. Thousands of AT&T customers complained to the FCC about the issue, saying they noticed that when they had used up a certain amount of data watching movies or browsing the web, AT&T “throttled” their internet speeds so that they were much slower than normal. Millions of AT&T customers were affected by the practice. In a press release announcing the fine, the FCC said the company “severely slowed down the data speeds for customers with unlimited data plans” and “failed to adequately notify its customers that they could receive speeds slower than the normal network speeds AT&T advertised.”
What happens when Facebook begins deciding what news stories we get to see? Once the algorithms Facebook uses to create targeted ads are applied to the stories it feeds us, how will that affect our perceptions? Do we really want Facebook spoon-feeding us the news it sees “fit to print”?
Firstly, Miss Jenner no doubt has seen her parents and siblings without make up and before getting plastic surgery done. She knows that there is a reality behind the image put out there for public consumption. Voices in the chemtrail movement are generally suggesting that there is something going on behind the white curtain of strange looking streaks that expand into odd-looking and oddly-colored cloud formations in our beautiful blue skies. What these chemtrail activists fear may be behind them is not an average looking face or blemishes on skin, but something far uglier, sinister and harmful to our health…
…the SoHo-based social media site Tsu has signed up 3.5 million users in six months and hopes to close a Series B funding round within weeks. What explains this counter-market progress and investor attention? The answer is commerce and investing, not social media. Tsu pays users a cut of the site’s ad revenue based on how many people view its posts. The pitch to newcomers is compelling enough: Facebook is making billions selling ads against your own content and your own network of friends, but they’re not sharing it with you. We do.
As someone who had suicidal thoughts and struggled through nearly half a lifetime online infamy, Monica understands the depth and magnitude of this problem. Cyberbullying has caused people to kill themselves, most notably teens or young adults who are still struggling to form their own personal identity.
Groopspeak takes action alerts public. It is more in-depth than an online petition, easier to use than a phone number on a website, and more social than an email list. When an activist creates an issue, people can weigh in as “for” or “against,” making it more credible to public officials than a standard petition site. Groopspeak is action alerts, revamped, and will help you in your lobbying efforts.