This little guy will be your smartphone’s new best friend! Just tell Little Printer what social media and other feeds to subscribe too, then schedule how often you’d like it to print. The little guy makes the cutest newsletters that sort of resemble grocery store receipts. Anything from To-Do lists to awesome photos, Little Printer can print […]
Most of these images should just have the caption “Was he high?” James Franco’s Instagram account is honestly the most hideous account I’ve ever witnessed. Which is extremely surprising considering how gorgeous the guy is. I mean really, a screen shot of Justin Beiber with Microsoft Paint letters on top? He even leaves all the crop […]
The guy just never stops. ‘Shirtless Man Drinks 24 Beers And Half Bottle Of Rum At Wake, Attacks Two Men, Smashes Own Head Into Cop Car Window’. The exploits of the world’s trashiest super hero can be found via live feed on Twitter. It’s an endless supply of painfully hilarious adventures and mishaps. Follow him […]
BookMooch is a website for avid readers who like giving away old books in exchange for ones they want to read. If somebody has a book on your wish list, they send it to you. If someone wants a book from your inventory, you send it to them. Membership is free, and has reached around […]
Imagine what Twitter might have looked like some 30 years ago. Imagine what our grandparents think of when they hear about Twitter. Gaston Lisak puts those thoughts in this context: ‘my grandma, like all the grandma’s in the neighborhood, used to own a bird as a pet. However, nowadays the bird cage is open and […]
Feelytics (stands for feel plus analytics) is a new iPhone app that creates a community for people to talk about their feelings comfortably. The app uses expressive emoticons to help people identify their current emotional state. Once a user picks an emotion, he or she can publish it, either publicly or privately. The app creates […]
Are you addicted to social media? Would you like help? All right, This kit is for you. All you have to do is pretend paper is social media. There are tinted paper glasses to let you view the world in full Instagram glory, stickers for you to ‘like’ stuff, paper for scribbling these tweets down that are nipping at your consciousness, and paper for you to draw some random stuff so your friend can guess what it is. Believe in yourself. You can kick your addiction.
As Facebook tipped one hundred billion photos on its servers, a little company in downtown Los Angeles was working hard on a robot they called the “BeautyBot”. The Beauty Bot was intended to become the world’s greatest photo booth – actually airbrushing people as they had their photos taken and adding special effects to the images – the understanding being that people loved photos of themselves looking super-hot.
There is something tacky about couples who wear matching outfits, but if you’ve volunteered to stick yourself in one of these addictive relationships with a social media network, well, who’s to say you can’t be clad in the same colours as them? Take a leaf from this blogger’s page and be Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, Pinterest or Instagram personified today. Classy.
Ever wondered what the poster kids of social media would be like if they all went to high school like us? This infographic by Flowtown puts each social network down to their student stereotype as well as the clubs they would have joined. Which makes Twitter the gossip girl, Wikipedia the nerd, LinkedIn the class prezzie … you get the drift. Explains why we always thought they seemed quite familiar.
What’s the difference between Twitter and Facebook? A hashtag and a Like, apparently. What about Pinterest and Google+? How do Donuts fit into the picture? Well, it all makes way more sense now thanks to this clever Social Media explantion posted on douglaswray’s Instagram page.
While most of us have the luxury of browsing this site for all things shiny, we might forget there is still a war very much being waged in Afghanistan. Sure there may be an occasional short segment on the nightly newscast about what’s happening thousands of miles away but for the families who stay awake at night wondering if their loved ones are safe on the battlefield, the lines of communication are often nil.
Dollar Shave Club entered the viral landscape earlier this week with a humorous YouTube video and fresh website to match. The service offers monthly blade delivery at great price. While the notion isn’t groundbreaking, the simplicity of the offering alongside an entertaining marketing approach, strong social media presence and attractive visual branding make the discount […]
‘What good can we do?’ was the question that started it all. And at 3am on a drifting boat in Boston Harbor, three best friends came up with their answer: Road Trip! Love, The Bus was born, a mission to find and fund the worthiest youth causes of America. But the three know they can’t do it alone, so they’re trying to get as many people involved along the way as possible.
So if Foursquare is the new Facebook, then Foodspotting must be the new Race Around The World for foodies. Foodspotting strips away the jargon of restaurant reviews and serves you up a photo of the best dishes from around the world, from the actual person eating it.