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A Proper Woman Never Laughs (In Public)
July 31st, 2014 by Jennifer Graber
Ladies, remember to always be prim and proper. Do not forget to dress appropriately and modestly. Oh, and never forget to control your laughter in public. That’s right — do not laugh in public, because it contributes to the moral delinquency of society. Do not adjust your screens, because you are in fact reading this correctly.

OKCupid's Been Messing With Your Love Life
July 30th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
It shouldn’t be surprising to anyone that OKCupid didn’t learn from Facebook’s social experiment mistake. But at least Facebook conducted their negative feelings study on our News Feeds in conjunction with actual scientific research. OKCupid’s reason for their experiment? Because they were curious.
Snapchat Has Some New Competition
July 30th, 2014 by Isaiah Reed
Instagram is refusing to let Snapchat have all the fun. After launching its direct message feature seven months ago, Instagram has created an entirely new app titled "Bolt" that allows users to send auto-deleting photos to their friends. Bolt (iOS, Android) has already launched in New Zealand, Singapore, and South Africa, with more locations being added soon. Users will have to input their phone number, and the app syncs with their contacts to allow sharing with friends. A Facebook or Instagram account is not needed. Facebook (who owns Instagram) has already attempted a Snapchat-esque app called Slingshot, which is currently available on iOS and Android as well. It’s sitting at a three-star rating in the iTunes Store as of today and it is yet to be determined if the app will have any success. Bolt is attempting to differentiate itself by simplifying the sending process.
Social Media News Agencies Playing Role in MH17 Investigation
July 28th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
In the wake of the MH17 crash (the plane shot down by pro-Russian fighters), social media may be helping investigators piece together parts of what may occurred before and after the disaster. Each side has been pointing fingers at the other, making it incredibly difficult for investigators to figure out exactly what happened. As a result, social news agencies are sifting through posts to verify claims. Social news agencies, such as Storyful and Open Newsroom...
Mary Poppins Quits Her Day Job
July 28th, 2014 by Jennifer Graber
You clock in and spend countless hours putting in your time. Your tasks might be considered menial by some, but to you your job is important. You are fulfilling a need in a marketplace. You are contributing to the environment around you. After you put in your time you clock out, collect your paycheck...
Personalized Emojis from Imoji
July 25th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
Everyone loves emojis, so much so that there has been a huge rise in the number of emojis that comes standard with our smartphones. But we still want more! Today, a new app called imoji launched its product, which allows you to take your own images and create emojis or stickers. Imoji is used with iMessage, and can be used on any picture you’ve taken or image you find online. The emojis you create can either be marked as private, or shared publically. Publically shared emojis become part of the imoji gallery. Imoji was created by Tom Smith, who previously worked at Apple. Smith says he was passionate about creating more emoji options as part of the rapidly expanding popularity of text messages.
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