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Does growing teenage apathy mean Mark Zuckerberg’s empire will ever actually diminish?
Misconceptions about LinkedIn, social-media stat comparisons, and surprising successes.
New research reveals we might not be the cognitive jugglers we once thought we were.
Users are outraged at Google as Deborah Peel of Patient Privacy Rights offers her insight on privacy.
Step 1: Upload Selfie, Step 2: Wait for the sweet, sweet “likes” to flood in… Feels good man.
A new app allows users to document, visualize and track their sleeping patterns – all at the push of an on-screen button.
While Americans have been enthralled with A&E’s Hoarders, how many are guilty of digital hoarding?
In the world of social media, what is (and isn’t) acceptable around Birthday time.
How actively (or inactively) should one celebrate their own birthday?
Twitter and Google have released transparency reports in the past, but what does that mean in light of the NSA PRISM scandal?
#FBrape Campaign urged Facebook to include gender-based derogatory content in their definition of hate speech.
The stupidity of posting about the “simpler, better” past and what that means for the present.
How social media has become the newest tool of the NYPD.
Robert Reich discusses the extreme gap in wealth in the United States.
Boston Marathon bombings prove the old media is going to get the story wrong but should we just get used to it?
For recon on your high school reunion, just log on to your Facebook.
Jenny Bahn chronicles the highs and lows of social media and how it sucks us all in.

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