If a highly visible member of the tech press can't get a social account fixed, users are screwed. Maybe these communications giants could benefit from some government regulation.
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If you can engage your social media audience and create interest, they will be there to help you out as well. The power of an interested, supportive, on-demand focus group is not to be underestimated. Plus, there are puppy pictures.
Thanks, Facebook. You just [expletive deleted] us up the [expletive deleted]. [Expletive deleted] you!
Could we have created a Declaration of Independence, a Constitution, a Bill of Rights, or a Gettysburg Address in today's world?
I wanted the remote Skype viewer to see whatever image I wanted behind me: a brick wall, a rack of computers, a bookshelf, a logo, a moving pattern...whatever.
Was the Pakistani Twitter shutdown just about squelching free speech over an art contest, or was there potentially something more?
The wife of an active-duty soldier learned of his death, not through the military's very carefully thought-out death-notification procedure, but over Facebook.
Let's take a look at five ways companies use social media and end up making themselves look like complete and utter fools.
I call on our Congress to do something useful for a change. Pass a law making it illegal to demand access to any personal login credentials for any online account.
There are a number of challenges when setting up lighting for green screen in a small studio space. Here's how DIY-IT's David Gewirtz solved them for his Skype Studio project.