Sophie Kleeman writing for Mic about her interview with Andrew Carrhilo, an illustrator and cartoonist from Lisbon, whose One Powerful Illustration Shows Exactly What’s Wrong With How the West Talks About Ebola: “People in the African continent are more regarded … Continue reading →
A stunning visualization of geotagged tweets mentioning the #AppleLive hashtag during Apple’s recent press event.
John-Michael Bond, writing for TUAW: Spoiler Shield is a free iOS app that allows you to scan your Facebook and Twitter feeds without worrying about unintentionally finding out who killed who this week. When you’re viewing your feeds with the … Continue reading →
Oliver Reichenstein, arguing back in 2012 against the ubiquitous social sharing buttons used by most websites: Social media buttons are not a social media strategy, even though they’re often sold that way. Excellent content, serious networking and constant human engagement … Continue reading →
David Gelles and Peter Eavis, writing for the New York Times: Twitter’s stock gained 73 percent in its first day of trading, adding more than $10 billion to the company’s market capitalization. If the company had sold its 70 million … Continue reading →
From Netflix’s Spoiler Foiler site: Behind on Breaking Bad? Now you can check your feed without fear. Any tweets with danger words get blacked out, as below. When you’ve caught up, it’s safe to go back to normal Twitter. Until … Continue reading →
Last night, I regrettably checked Facebook before bed and had the latest episode of one of my favourite reality shows spoiled by a friend’s status update. I rarely watch live TV anymore, preferring to record things and watch them the … Continue reading →
Devin Coldewey writing for DPReview Connect: Their new massively useful cheat sheet shows the pixel dimensions of just about every component on the major social networking sites. If you want your photos to look their best on your LinkedIn page … Continue reading →