Category Archives: Facebook

A Subscription to Facebook…

So, would you, or wouldn’t you?  Does a subscription to Facebook – a once free online social media platform – sound like something you’d invest in?  If so, what’s the cut-off?  How much would you be willing to pay in … Continue reading

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Tony Speaks to Power

Tony Robbins stepped in it.  Stepped in it, rolled around it, somersaulted through it a few times, then went on to admire the aroma. Immediately following the intimidation he subjected Nanine McCool to for standing toe-to-toe with him on his … Continue reading

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Facebook, The Town–Inklings of What a Philly HQ for Amazon Might Resemble

                        Facebook’s Willow Village plans.   What’s the saying, “If you loved the book, you’ll hate the movie?” Well, Facebook, the world’s largest social media platform, is creating a … Continue reading

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Facebook in Hot Water…Again

Cambridge Analytica, a voter-profiling company  that worked on Trump’s 2016 campaign and its related company, Strategic Communications Laboratories, stole data from over 50 million Facebook users.     As a startup company, Cambridge secured a wealthy Republican donor, Robert Mercer, … Continue reading

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Is Facebook Becoming the New LinkedIn?

Maybe not quite.  But they’re certainly heading in the right direction. Just last year, Facebook provided users in the U.S. and Canada the ability to search for, and apply to jobs on their site.  Now, they’re expanding to make this … Continue reading

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Facebook’s recent ch-ch-ch-changes and what it means

With the recently announced changes to how Facebook’s algorithms will surface items on your news feed – with less posts from brands, publishers and media outlets to “prioritize posts that spark conversations and meaningful interactions between people” – the conversation … Continue reading

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Clean up, aisle 12!

Ralphie would be shocked.  Teenagers eating soap – on purpose! (Image source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KjxFDGFKhk) It’s origin is unclear, but the “Tide Pod Challenge” has certainly made a mark. The New York Times reports that in the first half of January poison … Continue reading

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