Everyone knows friendship requires time, commitment, and sometimes money. But when it comes to friends and cold, hard cash, “people should be more vigilant,” says Marc Barach, chief marketing officer Jumio.
• knowledge about the subject at hand, like math, history, or programming • knowledge about how learning actually works The bad news: Our education system kinda skips one of them, which is terrifying,
If it seems like everyone you know is doing cooler stuff than you, feeling happier than you, and generally out-pizzazzing you, Martha Beck wants you to know they've got you fooled. By Martha Beck OMG,
Before Facebook, before Instagram, before cell phones with cameras, there was pretty much one way to be in a photo: drag a smile across your face, throw a "V-sign" if you were 14, and if you were feeling
Social media is not living up to its promise of being an online outlet for discussion that mirrors our communications and conversations that take place in the offline world. In fact, people are less willing
We need no ghost to tell us something smells increasingly rotten in the state of social media. Facebook forcing users to download a separate messaging app if they want to carry on IMing their friends.
Being a source of negative energy on social media is more than just starting arguments, posting unappealing content and being a generally unpleasant person. In fact, you may not realize that what you're
While you were having a latte and hunting for a Tinder date on your local coffee shop's open Wi-Fi, you were giving away your personal information. Want to know how much? Stalker will tell you. Stalker
In the world of digital security there is unsafe, and there is safer, but no one is hack-proof. Jennifer Lawrence and other celebs may have been protecting their private images, but hackers have a seemingly
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Social media has had a profound and growing effect on the way companies, governments and advertisers operate. But it's having a pretty substantial effect on our brains as well. Here, AsapSCIENCE breaks
This is the second part of ReadWrite’s four-part series on the future of messaging. The central paradox of the social age is this: We share at once too much and too little. We share too much, because impossible
Facebook's 2012 experiment, while controversial, showed that what other people post on social media can alter moods. Apparently, though, that's not the only thing Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others
Anew survey reveals that Instagram is the worst social media site in terms of its impact on the mental health of young people. A survey of 1,479 youngsters aged 14 to 24, found Instagram was positive terms
An obsession with sharing pictures on social media sites comes at a heavy price In 1710, Bishop George Berkeley first raised the genesis of what was to become a key philosophical question: if a tree fell
"I have 422 friends, yet I'm lonely." That's how writer and director Gary Turk starts his poetic tirade against technology, "Look Up." He calls his very popular video "a spoken word film for an online