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A Defining Question in an iPhone Age: Live for the Moment or Record It? - NYTimes.com

A Defining Question in an iPhone Age: Live for the Moment or Record It?

A Defining Question in an iPhone Age: Live for the Moment or Record It? It is no longer enough to record seemingly every last moment of life with your smartphone, it seems. Near death is fair game, too.

Would Ray-Bans Help De-Dorkify Google Glass?

Would Ray-Bans Help De-Dorkify Google Glass?

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Fun Quiz - Friends or best friends. Take this quiz and see what results you are getting.

A Social Media Rumor That Nearly Broke Some Hearts

Research and source credibility: New York Mets infielder Wilmer Flores cried on field after fans and announcers falsely stated that he had been traded after hearing internet rumors.

In the new age of social media many companies are looking to new marketing methods. Kim Kardashian has one of the biggest following ever especially on Instagram. Companies pay Kim a huge sum of money to promote their products like the picture above. This is a great strategy knowing that Kim has a tribe of her own and is very influential amongst this tribe. Companies are implementing this strategy into their marketing plan and it seems to be working.

Companies are spending big to have celebrities praise their products to millions…

Facebook likes to argue we can always opt out if we don’t want to live by the rules of its carefully controlled, information-collecting universe. But it also knows from experience there isn’t too much it can do to us and have us leave -- whether it’s on Facebook, Instagram or WhatsApp. Where our friends go is where we stay. And where our friends go is where Facebook, and its ideas, go too.

The Myth Of Freedom From Facebook

Facebook likes to argue we can always opt out if we don’t want to live by the rules of its carefully controlled, information-collecting universe. But it also knows from experience there isn’t too much it can do to us and have us leave -- whether it’s on Facebook, Instagram or WhatsApp. Where our friends go is where we stay. And where our friends go is where Facebook, and its ideas, go too.

An Amateur vs. ISIS: A Car Salesman Investigates and Ends Up in Prison - The New York Times

An Amateur vs. ISIS: A Car Salesman Investigates and Ends Up in Prison

Toby Lopez, a Delaware man, spent nearly 14 months in federal custody after he repeatedly reported online exchanges with people he believed to be terrorists.

Most Americans say phones don’t belong at the table during meals, though the vast majority of millennials admit to checking their phones during dinner.  Concern over the practice has sparked some restaurants to encourage customers to put away...

How Restaurants Are Getting People To Put Away Their Phones

Most Americans say phones don’t belong at the table during meals, though the vast majority of millennials admit to checking their phones during dinner. Concern over the practice has sparked some restaurants to encourage customers to put away.

Recently a group of Indiana University undergrads volunteered as test subjects in a modern love experiment. Researchers placed electrodes on their face ...

We Used to Believe the Internet Made Us Lonely. A Whole New Body of Research Says It Doesn’t.

Recently a group of Indiana University undergrads volunteered as test subjects in a modern love experiment. Researchers placed electrodes on their face .

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Matthew Keys, the Reuters social media editor accused of helping Anonymous hacktivists break into a Tribune Company website, has been suspended by Reuters.

For Couples Split by Distance, Two Screens Can Blink as One - NYTimes.com

For Couples Split by Distance, Two Screens Can Blink as One

In an age when solitary TV and movie viewing is easier all the time, some couples meet remotely to share their entertainment.

Don't make me ROFL! Teens are losing interest in Facebook

Don’t make me ROFL! Teens are losing interest in Facebook

Whether from the flu or too much to drink, we all vomit from time to time. What shows character and retains dignity is how we handle the aftermath. Here's how you can recover from puking with grace and elegance.

Apps such as Kik and Ask.fm can be used without parental controls, boosting privacy and potential risks.

Parents are clueless about teens’ use of messaging apps, but advertisers aren’t

Looking for a parents' guide to apps and modern online safety? Read on to learn which trendy new social media apps teens are flocking to these days, and get useful tips for protecting your child from cyberbullying and other hazards.

It's not just about trauma. It's about students' new role as consumers.

Why trigger warnings are really so controversial, explained

The University Of Chicago Needs To Understand Trigger Warnings

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