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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.
Don't Tweet and Fly
July 24th, 2014 by Jennifer Graber
We all have aired complaints on social media, in one way or another. Perhaps a restaurant provided a less-than-stellar experience that prompted us to reward them with a scathing Facebook review. Or, maybe a shipping company damaged a package and we posted a quick photo on Instagram. Maybe we had to wait an excessive amount of time on hold with tech support only to be disconnected, so we complained online. Whatever the case may be, we all have been there.
LinkedIn's New App Has Helpful Hints
July 23rd, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
Have a big meeting coming up? You should consider looking to LinkedIn for some helpful, pre-meeting advice. LinkedIn is launching its new app, which is supposed to be smarter and more helpful via “anticipatory computing.” The new technology prompts users with helpful information about LinkedIn members, as well as integrates with smartphone calendars.
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