Tag: social media

How to post to Instagram from  your desktop

Instagram has just launched a mobile web version of their platform to encourage use by people who haven’t downloaded their app. Though not officially supported, you can post…

VSCO Cam: Filtered Photos, No Emojis Allowed – NYTimes.com

NYTimes piece on the Visual Supply Company (VSCO). You may have seen or use their app on iOS and Android. “Instagram is more about that instant gratification, ‘Who…

Revealed: Facebook’s Project to Find Out What People Really Want in Their News Feed

Did you catch this article by Steven Levy about how 30 Knoxville contractors are a part of helping shape Facebook’s News Feed? Me neither, so I’m sharing it. Every weekday…

The Creepiest Things You Can Do on Facebook

Don’t think I’ll be pulling any of these stunts any time soon, but here’s a fun list of The Creepiest Things You Can Do on Facebook.

HowTo: Use Jetpack to attach photos, galleries, and excerpts to your Tweets

Have you noticed how all the cool kids have photos and galleries attached to tweets coming from their blogs? Short of manually adding an image to their tweet,…

Hacking The Tweet Stream — Five Hundred Words — Medium

Hacking The Tweet Stream…with pictures of text ~ @mgsiegler: medium.com/five-hundred-words/hacking-the-tweet-stream-52ed63a0731 I’ve enjoyed watching the evolution of Twitter as its users hack its simple interface to add extra functionality,…

Gyroscope – a personal website powered by your life

From our friends at Facebook: Gyroscope.

Re/code Drops Comments | Re/code

The Re/code blog has decided to drop comments in favor of discussions happening elsewhere: The biggest change for some of you, however, will be that we have decided…

How to Transfer / Merge Your Google+ Accounts

I’m mulling this one over: How to Transfer/Merge Your Google+ Accounts -Hongkiat.com.

Brands Are Wasting Time And Money On Facebook And Twitter, Report Says | Fast Company

“If you have to choose between adding a subscriber to your email list or gaining a new Facebook fan, go for email every time.” via Fast Company.