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How To: Buy A Product Without Ever Leaving Twitter

One of the greatest things about Twitter is the intimate and daily interaction we can have with our favorite companies, artists, and businesses. I no longer use customer service numbers because I get quick answers through a tweet. It only seems natural that if we are communicating with each other through Twitter, we should also [...]

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Facebook Offers ‘Privacy Checkup’ To Review Your Posts, Profile, And Apps

Facebook gets a lot of grief for its apathetic stance on protecting its users’ privacy, and in most cases, rightfully so. It seems Zuck & Co. have had an awakening recently, though, as they’ve recently released a “Privacy Checkup” tool that helps you review your privacy settings so you’re completely clear what you’re sharing and [...]

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Reddit Introduces ‘Ask Me Anything’ App To Make It Easy To Ask Questions Of Famous People

One of the hallmark features of the mega-popular content aggregation site, Reddit, has always been its “Ask Me Anything” feature, better known as “AMAs.” In AMAs, users can ask — well, anything — of whoever the subject is at the time, usually celebrities, politicians, athletes, people of note, or anyone who has something interesting to [...]

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Never Miss Good Content Again with This

With more and more content being created each and every day and no easy way to sort the good from the bad or the useful from the wasteful, you could be missing a ton of great stuff and not even know it. Sure, you have your Twitter lists and your RSS feeds, but you can’t [...]

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A Change To Twitter Means You’ll Be Seeing Tweets From Those You Don’t Follow

“I don’t understand Twitter.” I feel like I hear this phrase all the time. People think it’s complicated. It really isn’t. Twitter: You choose to follow people. You have a timeline that will show you, in chronological order, only Tweets or Retweets (reposting what someone else said) from those that you follow. That’s it. Or…that [...]

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Two Ways to Read Your Facebook Messages Without Downloading ‘Messenger’ App

Earlier this month, Facebook rolled out a new change to its mobile apps that requires you to download the Facebook Messenger app in order to read and respond to messages sent on its network. That move caused concern for a lot of folks, considering the exhaustive list of permissions the Messenger app requires. Many have [...]

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If Your Life Needs a Soundtrack, You Need This Social Music App

If you can sing, you’ve got a talent I’ll never have. So you should share it. Now, there’s a social sharing app that’s designed just for you, for when you need to say more than words. Hook’d is a social music app, currently available for free in the App Store for iPhone and iTouch, with [...]

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How to: Stop Videos from Automatically Playing in the Facebook App for Android

Facebook users with the official iOS or Android app: this one’s for you. Well, more specifically, this post is for Android users. iPhone peeps: we’ll have part 2 coming soon for you. [Link will be here] If you’re tired of scrolling down through your News Feed and having videos automatically start playing, the good news [...]

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Facebook Explains Why ‘Messenger’ App Requires So Many Permissions for Android

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last couple weeks, you’ve likely heard of (or been one of the people sharing) the Huffington Post article insighting fear into Android users about Facebook’s Messenger app requiring an admittedly extensive list of permissions to access your device. On face value, it sounds creepy. To use [...]

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How Sad And Lonely Are Your Tweets?

We can say that we don’t really care if our status gets “liked” or our tweets get a lot of favorites, but we all care at least a little. It’s nice to know that somebody agrees, relates, or thinks you are funny. Sad Tweets goes through your tweets and shows you the ones that were [...]

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