Google is slowly rolling out vanity URLs for its Google+ users. You likely have an invite already. Here’s how to get your Google+ vanity URL.
Check out this tremendous photo gallery from our Richard Hay.He snapped some outrageous shots at the recent Burning Man Decompression event in San Francisco. Check them out. And email us to add your own.
Check out the top social media facts of 2013 infographic. And here you see the top social nets — dissected. Whose on top? Facebook, Youtube and Twitter …
Texas A&M v Alabama: Johnny Manziel tweets like crazy. But will the persecuted QB prevail? He’ll tweet alright, but will he score? Richard Hay reports.
aNewDomain.net — Diigo offers better bookmark storage and access with opportunities for shared learning via its social information network. But spend some time with Diigo – pronounced Dee’go – and you’ll find it provides even more than just terrific bookmark storage. Diigo is an acronym for “Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff.” Part collaborative research tool and part community knowledge-sharing, […]
aNewDomain.net — Alerting your family and community to the next tidal wave or seasonal storm is an essential social instinct. Back in the day, the typical response to a disaster was via a landline phone call — and all lines would be down at exactly that wrong moment. Or so it seemed. That’s why smartphone […]
Pikinis app for iOS lets you search for Facebook photos of bikini-clad women — and men, ostensibly. Our Madison Andrews is more than a little disturbed.
For ailing big corporate sites, Joe Ward has a vision that is astonishing and disruptive. Call it Media as a Service — or MaaS. Joe Ward’s xTV is a real product and a prescient vision of things to come.
My mentor at ABC News, where I was the first network correspondent to cover tech on national TV, was the late, great Peter Jennings. He was fascinated with tech and sure it would transform news for better and worse. We’ve seen a lot of worse. CNN Buzzfeed — or CNNBuzzfeed — is a joint venture […]
aNewDomain.net — As teens and tweens continue to desert Facebook in favor of microblogging platform Tumblr, our Viki Reed provides some perpective on what, how and why. I remember the day I first considered using Facebook. It was 2006 and I had just heard about 17-year-old Ashley Qualls of Detroit — arguably the first teen online millionaire as a result […]