A look at the current state of my social network usage, from Facebook and Twitter to a still-lingering presence on Google+.
Has Twitter really hit the skids? A few infographics and recent reports suggest Twitter’s growth in revenue and users has fallen flat.
Similar to NPR, Scientific American, and others, the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) has announced that it’s shutting down its comments forum.
Facebook and social media’s facing backlash over promoting outright fake news stories. But how can readers tell a news story’s fake?
The next US president will be inheriting, among other things, President Obama’s official social media accounts. How will the transfer happen?
How to promote one’s blog via social media is a heavily written topic online. Thus, I thought I’d join in on writing about such. I’ve listed below what social media I’m using to promote my blog, and how I use said networks.
Starting tomorrow, NPR’s dropping comments from its site. NPR made the announcement last week, stating that while they want interaction with their users, very few people visiting their sites bothered to comment. They also noted spam and trolling, plus that most conversations about stories are taking place via social media.
Snapchat’s made some racially insensitive blunders with its filters not once, but twice, this year. An example of why the tech industry needs diverse staff?