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CoverGirl's Game Face Gets a Makeover
September 18th, 2014 by Jennifer Graber
A majority of the time, a makeover is a positive experience. We all enjoy, from time to time, feeling different, dressed up, and confident. A makeover can be life-changing. However, in this instance a makeover is not necessarily a good thing. CoverGirl launched a campaign urging consumers to “get their game face on.”

Social Media Site Caters to the Wealthy
September 18th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
Let’s say that you’re super rich, and that as a super rich person, you don’t feel you have a lot in common with people who aren’t in the same income bracket. Now there’s a social media site for you. Netropolitan, a new social media site, markets itself to the one percenters.
Should You Worry About Your Gmail Account?
September 16th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
Google’s Gmail has been the victim of the latest large-scale security breach. Nearly five million email addresses and passwords were listed online — yet despite the large number of accounts potentially affected, Google says not to worry. According to Google, “We’re always monitoring for these dumps so we can respond quickly to protect our users...."
Agency Review: T3
September 16th, 2014 by Luke Willoughby
T3 is a full-service, independent shop that was founded in Austin in 1989 by Gay Gaddis. This was not only before SXSW was cool, but also before female leadership was familiar in the industry. Today, Gay runs a successful agency of 190 people across three offices (including SF and NY) that pulled $23 million in revenue...
Social Media Connects 9/11 Wedding Photograph to Owner
September 15th, 2014 by Jennifer Graber
Fairy tale endings are the stuff of myths and legends. We never believe they happen to anyone we know. It is always a friend of a friend’s cousin’s sister’s boyfriend’s mother. Furthermore, it seems even less likely that social media would conceivably play a role in creating a happy ending. It is almost as if we hear an instance each week of how social media has gone awry...
Most Apps Still Gobbling Up User Data
September 12th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
Surprise, surprise — apps are failing at protecting your privacy. According to a new report, apps are still collecting huge amounts of personal data. The Global Privacy Enforcement Network (GPEN) surveyed over 1,200 apps, finding that the large majority of them were not being clear or detailed in telling users what information was being collected.
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