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Although Twitter and Facebook are very different services, they do fill a lot of the same needs of users. They both give us ways to connect with friends, family and brands. They offer “news feeds”…and obviously are great real time communication tools. They have a lot of similarities and a lot of differences. Here is...
Most all of us use Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google and Twitter on a daily basis. But have you ever wondered exactly how the majority of the US goes about their time online, or who stacks up the most clicks? Check out this cool graphic which breaks it all down.
Apparently Facebook has the webs largest collection of photos, even beating out Flickr (I’m a little skeptical about this) and Photobucket. Needless to say, a lot of people are posting pictures to their profiles. Photo discovery app Pixable analyzed nearly 500,000 of its users’ profiles to come up with some statistics about the photos we choose to...
I’ve caught a lot of flack in recent weeks from friends for my growing addiction to Empire Avenue. (an addiction to which I am only too happy to admit I have) I’ve experienced a lot of mental discomfort over spending a good amount of time on a service that may or not be beneficial to...
Facebook is pretty much a part of everyone’s lives now. It’s ingrained in most of our social interactions in some form or another. There is nary a person I know that doesn’t at least use it or check it once throughout the week. But what if Facebook didn’t exist in this day and age? Check...
With everyone trying to get the latest deals and savings, it’s no wonder sites like Groupon and Living Social have taken off recently. Now the big boys, Facebook & Google, want to jump on the coupon bandwagon. Although only in limited markets right now, I’m sure they’ll expand their offerings quickly. Check out this infograph...
As if taking on Groupon and LivingSocial weren’t enough for these big hitters, it looks like they’re next venture might be Skype. A source supposedly in the know recently reported to Routers that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is interested in buying the company for $3 – $4 billion. Another source stated that that Google is...
Getting into your preferred college has always been nerve racking, but now-a-days with all the information about you posted online, some colleges are making the process even more frightening. Do you wonder if they’re looking at your Facebook or Twitter? Maybe posting those pictures from Halloween last year wasn’t such a good idea. Check out...
Facebook will be launching a Groupon competitor called Deals in five cites. The cities set for initial release are San Francisco, Austin, Dallas, Atlanta and San Diego. Facebook told The New York Times that the local offers made to Deals users will be delivered via email and will also appear in users’ news feeds. Examples...
Facebook continues to grow in leaps and bounds. It’s population would make it the 3rd largest country in the world for one thing (with over 600 million users, twice the population of the United States). Check out this cool graphic by Social Studies that gives us a little insight to Facebook if it were a...
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