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'Haters' Are Going To Hate This Story. Hide captionThe word "Hater" — as it's often used today — is derived from the term "Player Hater," a phrase popularized by late rapper Notorious B.I.G., shown here clutching his Billboard Music Awards in 1995.

'Haters' Are Going To Hate This Story

Mark Lennihan/AP The word "Hater" — as it's often used today — is derived from the term "Player Hater," a phrase popularized by late rapper Notorious B.I.G., shown here clutching his Billboard Music Awards in 1995. Haters are here. And there. Made Better in Japan.

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DIGITAL. LIFE. As Scorn for Vote Grows, Protests Surge Around Globe. The Stayover as a Relationship. Business Week Popularity 2011. FEMINISM. Positive Futurist Blog >> Future of Relationships. The New York Times Insights - The Psychology of Sharing. There has been an abundance of research on social media, but to date, no one has asked in a comprehensive way: why do people share?

The New York Times Insights - The Psychology of Sharing

The Psychology of Sharing reveals groundbreaking research that fills this knowledge gap. This study uncovers: Primary motivations for sharing Six sharing personas Essential steps for marketers aiming to get their content shared Impact of sharing on Information Management Cycle of sharing Enduring role of e-mail in the age of social media. Springwise: Shop On The Beach With H&M And Help Save Water.

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