Monthly Archives: April 2019

Monitoring vs Listening

Rachel Davis Mersey didn’t expect much to come out of an innocent Instagram post of her lunch views at The Bar Room at The Modern. But minutes after posting, she was whisked away to the highly sought after kitchen table … Continue reading

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Greys Anatomy Forever?

    Greys Anatomy recently celebrated their 15th year, 332nd episode and according to Justin Chambers (Alex Karev, MD), television history! The question is, how long is this epic show going to be on, how have they lasted this long, … Continue reading

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Snapchat Finds Breakthrough?

Snapchat hosted its first Partner Summit introducing a range of new initiatives and tools for third party developers and businesses to get the best out of its service. Snapchat has seen stagnated growth in the number of users in the … Continue reading

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What’s Inside One Internet Minute

We all know how much the Internet is used throughout a given day. Or at least we think we know. I could always imagine how many times sites on the Internet were used in a day, based off of my … Continue reading

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Samsung Phone Home

If you have frequented Twitter the last couple of days, you may have noticed the big sponsored #SamsungGalaxyS10 as the top trending topic. Recently, the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S10 phone was released. Similar to the model made popular by … Continue reading

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International condemnation for harsh new law in Brunei

People of the LGBT community are going into hiding in and also attempting to flee the South Pacific nation of Brunei after the government enacted strict Islamic laws (on April 3) that result in death by stoning for gay sex, … Continue reading

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Australia has passed a law against violent content on social media

As reported in Time on last Thursday, Australian lawmakers have determined that social media platforms are accountable for spreading content. The new bill means that if social media platforms do not remove “expeditiously” any violent content, they could be fined … Continue reading

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