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Humans of USC, a Facebook page started by student Vicky Kasar, posts daily photos of people on campus.
Privacy has become a thing of the past with the onset of social media. With every tweet, Instagram post and Facebook check-in, we invite fellow social media users to know more about our lives. But even with the multitude of social media features, there must be limits. Such limits were crossed Monday when Facebook […]
SC Deeds, a Facebook based service project, looks to help students give back.
Is virtual reality the next arms race in entertainment technology? Facebook certainly seems to think so. Shortly after Oculus VR opened up pre-orders for the Rift Development Kit 2 and Sony’s revelation of Project Morpheus, a virtual reality headset that would sync with Playstation 4, the social media conglomerate bought the tech upstart for $2 […]
In honor of National Reading Month, this week retail giant Amazon.com offered a $20 discount on all Kindle models, slashing the price of the basic model to just $49. I used to think the Kindle was an idiotic device, or, at best, something you could read while holding a snifter in the other hand. With […]
I recently had a strange epiphany: There is something about springtime that makes people fall in love as well as get engaged or tie the knot — at least that is what has been happening in my circle of friends. And quite frankly, it is starting to make me anxious. First, I spot engagement pictures on […]
Stop Facebook stalking me, you big creep. That’s something I could imagine myself saying, or on a particularly caffeinated day, tweeting. But the truth is that I’d venture to say most Facebook stalking isn’t actually that creepy. After all, you’re presumably already “friends” with the person you’re stalking — but we all know how real […]
It’s hard to peer into the future, but I think it’s safe to say that no other startup will ever top Facebook as the ultimate forces-you-to-become-a-stalker social network. OK, some context here. Last week, I posted a photo with a list of Halloween costumes on my friend’s wall. The photo was of a particularly creative […]
The aesthetic beauty of one of the world’s most popular mobile apps will be tarnished by the inclusion of bothersome ads.
Instead of dreading the new operating system, consumers should embrace the changes.