Should a Facebook post threatening to leave your ex-wife's body "soaked in blood" or suggesting your son should dress as a "matricide" for Halloween and put his mother's head on a stick be considered a crime — or protected free speech?
New York Fashion Week is just around the corner, and if you can't make it to the runway, there are plenty of opportunities to follow the festivities from home Events for the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week officially launch on Thursday at the Lincoln...
As usual, we try to apply different concepts to the tourism sector and, more specifically, to the hospitality sector on our blog. Today I will talk about hotel marketing and how twitter can help you increasing online presence.
We all know that apps are a daily part of our lives. After all, 56% of people on the planet own a smart phone, and according to Flurry, people are starting to spend more time using apps than they do watching TV.
You're watching a cooking TV show and there's a recipe you like. You save it, and send it to your refrigerator. Your refrigerator logs the recipe and lets you know whether or not you have the groceries available.
Social media is starting to take off its short pants. It’s becoming all grown up. In fact, Facebook is now over 11 years old and heading towards platform puberty and is still the standout leader of the pack.
Following the release of Will.I.Am's wearable device on Wednesday, the music artist turned tech entrepreneur launched a series of slick video ads showing off the device operating in a wide range of situations The 10 videos posted on YouTube, which...
Don't say the tech world never did anything for the greater good. Amid the general Bay Area furor over tech shuttles and rapid gentrification, there are plenty in the industry who are paying it forward.
International travel has never looked so appetizing. Food stylist Anna Keville Joyce and photographer Agustín Nieto's food photography series illustrated four famous capitals in Eastern Europe with delicious foods.
Today’s buzz word, “social media”, can be a powerful and cost effective tool for current and prospect entrepreneurs to create a community, build new connections and grow their brands.But yet I find (Five Easy Steps To Establish And Grow Your Online...
Facebook will be pounding the pavement this summer in an attempt to teach its largest group of advertisers — small and medium-sized businesses — how to utilize the company's ad offerings Facebook, along with partners like Square, Intuit QuickBooks,...
Weekly Internet trends have taken over, and your baby pics are cool as ever because of it. Hashtags provide a number of useful ways to track topics and trends on social media, including the ability to fuel our obsession with nostalgia.
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