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Gmail killer? That’s what some are calling Facebook’s new messaging system, which was revealed by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday. Not that Zuckerberg himself said that. “This is not an e-mail killer,” Zuckerberg said during the announcement. “This is a messaging system that includes e-mail as one part of it.” And in many ways, […]
New applications searches friend lists to identify registered voters who don't vote regularly.
A grassroots effort has begun on the Internet to rally support for USC in its next game against Oregon.
The university will utilize Facebook, Foursquare and Twitter to promote the Inauguration of President C.L. Max Nikias.
Cruelty is not a new discovery. The more horrific aspects of the recent incident at Rutgers lie in the methods of communication involved.
The film drew in $23 million, as well as strong reviews from critics.
Los Angeles joins four other cities for the third conference dedicated to exploring the current and future uses of social media.
Competition is rising up over social media’s latest craze: geo-location. Designed for mobile users, geo-location allows you to share your location with friends. There are several applications currently leading the geo-location bandwagon, including Foursquare, Gowalla and Facebook’s Places, which was introduced Aug. 18. Not surprisingly, the feature, just more than one year old, is not […]
Freshmen are more likely to break out of comfort zones if roommates are random.
A paradigm shift has occurred in the mindset of college students in the United States, leaving us to muse about how and why we became the Zuckerberg Youth and the implications of our Web 2.0 lives.