With other statistics surrounding Halloween indicating that this year's holiday will see a record amount of money spent, most likely photo uploading to Facebook will outdo the more than 1.2 billion images that went up last year at this time.
A few years ago it seemed that the word “green” was all the rage. Everywhere you turned it seemed that people were looking online to find ways to reduce their carbon footprints, help others do the same and to find the newest ways in which we could reduce our impact here while still enjoying the things we loved...
Brian Winkenweder: The central figure on the pediment over the New York Stock Exchange's main entrance is an allegorical personification of "Integrity." The meaning of this value, it seems to me, has become distorted during the past 30 years, for...
YouTube has become the go-to source for video distribution and hosting, and, to date, the video giant has seen tens of millions of channels created, where users are uploading their video content in droves -- by the second.
If you look at a list of US cities sorted by population, the number of successful startups per capita varies by orders of magnitude. Somehow it's as if most places were sprayed with startupicide.
I wondered about this for years. I could see the average town was like a roach motel for startup ambitions: smart, ambitious people went in, but no startups came out. But I was never able to figure out exactly what happened inside the motel—exactly what was killing all the potential startups.
Will Facebook users who frequent brand pages begin organizing under the theme, “We are the 95 percent?” According to a study by Socialbakers, only five percent of wall posts on brand pages ever receive answers.
Danny Bloomfield is UserVoice's first Account Manager. Leaving his home after five generations in the small, hidden-away town of Brooklyn, NY, Danny brings a career in tech sales in big business to San Francisco and the ...
When Occupy marched in downtown Seattle on Tuesday night, a priest, a pregnant teenager and an 84-year-old community activist were doused in pepper spray. Although there have been many striking images of violence and peace in Occupy encampments, and many faces of the movement, none may be as immediately striking as this image of Dorli Rainey, taken by Joshua Trujillo.
As many as 10,000 students and Occupy activists overflowed UC Berkeley's Sproul Plaza on Tuesday night following a daylong classroom walkout and established a small camp in defiance of the university's edict that no...
I took a look at UserVoice a couple of weeks ago when a blog entry of theirs turned up in my RSS reader. As said on the website, they’re a San Francisco-based startup focused on helping companies listen to their customers through feedback and support tools. They’re passionate about understanding and engagement, which was obvious when Evan Hamilton, UserVoice’s Community Manager, responded to one of my tweets. He seemed like a nice enough guy, so I asked if he’d participate in an email interview about UserVoice and the role of knowledge management.
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