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At 1000memories, we have a particular fondness for old stuff (if you can’t tell by our homepage).
Photos are a great way to document your class moments throughout the year.
We share a lot on social networks.
When the online display industry got started over a decade ago, advertisers were focused on buying "eyeballs." You tried to reach as many as possible for your budget, but targeting was rudimentary. To get to women, for example, you would buy an ad placement on an online women's magazine.
It's not enough to ask consumers to talk about your brand, Yahoo says.
You don't have to be running for president to care about your online reputation.
After months of speculation with almost no official confirmation, YouTube has finally announced its long-awaited channel strategy in a post to the company's blog late Friday evening.
Banks, often held back by industry regulations, are rarely considered innovative when it comes to social media.
Remember a week or two ago when I told everyone to invite me to join your mafia in Crime City on Google+ Games because I just loved it so, so much? Yeah.
The latest of several studies to look into the relationship between Facebook use and low grades has a counterintuitive twist — some kinds of Facebook use are correlated with higher GPAs.
Klout.com is a popular social scoring website that looks at your current social media accounts and your activity on them to measure your social influence.
In another decade, Jimi Hendrix wailed, “Are you experienced?” Today the social media cry is, “Are you influential?" Recently one of my colleagues, fresh from a conference, asked enthusiastically if I were using Klout .
More than 15 months after it launched the iPhone 4 at WWDC 2010, Apple is finally ready to unveil its successor. Later this morning, the company will debut its latest iPhone, the fifth in the handset’s history. Though it’s not precisely clear what form it will take, most observers expect the fifth-generation iPhone to boast a dual-core A5 processor, one gigabyte of RAM, an improved camera, a dual-band GSM/CDMA chip that will transform it into a so-called “world phone” that can support multiple wireless network standards, and a rumored virtual personal assistant that arose out of Apple’s 2010 acquisition of Siri .