Where hope goes to die.
Where hope goes to die.
167,903 emails: “Someone would like to add you to their professional network! :)”
Apple makes nearly half a million dollars for each of its 80,300 employees, by far the most of any company on the list.
No I am *not* going to put on pants today.
OMG, DID I CHANGE MY “VIEW AS ANONYMOUS” SETTING?
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It’s creepy. It’s corporate. And it’s just weird.
That’s what Citigroup says in a new report today. Facebook is way outpacing Google, Yahoo and LinkedIn, according to these charts.
A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? Bangs.
Besides Facebook telling you your literal birthday.
So, you want to network professionally. Ha!
For victims of sexual harassment, assault, and domestic violence, looking for work means exposing themselves to their assailants.
You are what you tweet. And like. And… um… LinkedIn.
LinkedIn sent out emails notifying 20 million people they were in the top 10% of most viewed profiles. These people couldn’t resist bragging about it on Twitter.
Redditor monster_hugs put this together and it is brilliant.
This has to be a labor violation of some sort. It’s easy to understand how tech company music videos happen, and I’m not saying they can’t exist — in the exact right context, among friends, I’m sure they’re all really funny, in a last-day-at-summer-camp sort of way. But there must be rules.
What do all those Facebook friendships and retweets look like when they’re all mapped out? Either a plinko board, a chandelier or a jellyfish, depending on who you ask.
The median LinkedIn user is the same age as Carrot Top. What about the other most popular sites in the world? We crunched Google’s numbers to find out.
Plus, how to not be creepy on Twitter. Welcome to FWD: Halp! a weekly advice column about using technology like a person.
A user tried to verify her password — and the site gave her a captcha. In Hebrew. (She doesn’t have a Hebrew keyboard.)
It’s as easy as pee! A clever explanation for how we use the various social networks we’re addicted to surged on Reddit today in the form of this old image, made from an even older tweet. I decided to expand on the topic by updating the original and making a bit pretty, too. Add your own suggestions in the comments!
We live in a brave new world. Of peeing. View Image ›
Demographic info for four major social networks may make you rethink how you’re spending your time online. View Image ›
A Poken is a small gadget for your keychain that allows you to share all your social networking information with other people just by touching your Poken to theirs. A less dirty-sounding description is that it’s like an electronic business card that stores your Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn profiles. So your new friends and business contacts can see your goofy-ass Facebook photos without even having to Google you. Read More ›