Are we there yet? Every time you turn around, somebody is predicting what’s going to happen 10, 25 or 50 years down the road. But you don’t have to be a “futurist” to connect the dots when it comes to where we’re heading when talking about technology. Unlike human nature, tech moves in a straight line from point A to point B, most of the time. Which makes these predictions of mine less a “leap of faith” than you’d think. Just don’t come back in 2061 and rag on me, okay? Check 'em out after the jump.
Facebook is like a force of nature. No matter how much you batten down the hatches, stock up on canned foods, cross your fingers, or come out guns blazing with an army of high priced lawyers, the monster of all media platforms is going to eat you and your privacy alive then fart out Farmville or some garbage. But just as you can have a gentle rain one day and a hurricane the next, the sheer size of Facebook can lead to “social networking” problems you hadn’t anticipated or want to experience. Check out our 10 reasons why you should never trust Facebook.
Ah, social networking. What began as an online cave for basement-dwellers too afraid to form relationships with people IRL (that's "in real life, ' for those less l33t-versed among you) has morphed into something that we can all appreciate/abuse. As technology has become more accessible, so too has the ins-and-outs of people's personal lives, and the dating world has never been as straightforward and simple...or has it? Have the new, "easier" ways in which we communicate helped our relationships or have they made us all socially incompetent fish in the big, deep, dark sea? Read our list of pros and cons after the jump!
The "World Flirtation League," the international flirtation authority that ranks various cities worldwide based on the number of monthly online flirtations among users on the social networking site Badoo.com, officially declared this country to lead the pack among its global brethren with 25.7 online flirtations occurring each month. Find out which country topped the list and see pics of its hottest residents after the jump!
Social media sites can help you find smokin' hot ladies that share common friends, backgrounds, and even interests with you. Want to score a girl who loves football and chowing down on buffalo wings? Facebook may hold your golden ticket. Seven percent of the world's population uses Facebook, which means 21,000,000 women on Facebook could be your next potential ex girlfriend. Be careful when navigating the uncharted terrain of social meda dating. You don't want to obsessively message every woman who pops up in your "People You May Know" box. Here are some tips for picking up broads on social media sites without appearing like a creeper.
Recently while surfing Facebook I noticed that a pattern emerging amongst some of me friends; they were damn good at being really annoying. It seemed like every status update I came across just made navigating "The Book" more and more unbearable. Instead of going through to tell each person why their crappy status was ruining my day I did the next best thing -- came up with a biting list of the five worst kinds of status updates.
Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are social networks we use every day without realizing it. It’s become a part of our lives, almost second nature but we never stop to think about the minds behind these sites. We’ve compiled a list of all the genius masterminds behind the creation of the some of the most used and talked about social websites. Read more...
he dudes from Entourage were wrong about Facebook. A few days ago we wrote a post about the two characters from Entourage bashing Facebook, saying it’s for kids. A new study from Ofcom, a media regulator, says kids aged 15 to 24 think social networking sites are lame. What’s causing this trend? Well it’s the older crowd, the 25-years and older, that’s pushing the younger kids away...
This is the most comprehensive list of musicians, DJs and bands who use Twitter on the Internet. With a list this ridiculously extensive there's going to be a lot of bands you have never heard mixed in with a lot of bands you know like the back of your hand. In fact, there's so many Twitter accounts here, you'll probably need to take a break before you get to the end.
The New York Times has finally decided to dip their toe into the ever expanding ocean of social networking with their new…