Social Networking

Foodie Startup Dubbed ‘The Facebook of Food’

“What do you want to eat?”

It’s one of the most common questions we ask every day. But while the foodie media answers this on television, on the web and in blogs, the ever-growing world of social media has yet to tap in to foodie market.

Enter Foodily, a sleek and comprehensive recipe and ingredient search engine with impressive …

World Web War I: Why Egypt’s Digital Uprising is Different

We’ve seen cyberwar declared before, but the one playing out in Egypt is my own candidate for World Web War I. Hosni Mubarak fired the first shot,  switching off the internet and mobile phones after crude attempts to block Twitter and Facebook fell apart. The web fought back in ways we haven’t seen before, and it’s winning.

It no …

Mark Zuckerberg Joins Jesse Eisenberg On SNL

Mark Zuckerberg came face-to-face with not just one, but two evil twins Saturday. (Yes, Andy. “Awkward” is right.)

The Facebook CEO joined actors Jesse Eisenberg and Andy Samberg on stage for Saturday Night Live’s opening monologue after arguing that he was, in fact, the real Mark Zuckerberg. “That guy’s like my evil twin, …

Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Page Was Hacked. Everybody Panic

Yesterday, Mark Zuckerberg joined the ranks of the digitally violated after an alleged hacker broke into his Facebook fan page … to post the world’s most mundane rant.

An update, seemingly from Zuck himself, read: “Let the hacking begin: If facebook needs money, instead of going to the banks, why doesn’t Facebook let its users …

bln.kr Helps Bands Track Their Tracks

Gone are the days when spreading the word about a new band meant handing out homemade CDs. With the growing importance of social media marketing in the music world, bln.kr wants to help emerging and amateur bands share their tracks and manage their social media profiles.

Think of bln.kr as the musical cousin of link shortener bit.ly …

LivingSocial’s Daily Deal Sells $26 Million Worth Of Amazon Gift Cards

It was the offer that confused the internet: Buy $20 worth of Amazon value for $10. Daily Deal site LivingSocial brought the internet to its knees yesterday by offering “a once-in-a-lifetime deal”: a $20 gift card to Amazon.com for just $10. 1.3 million of the cards were sold by the end of the day, although it’s uncertain how many of …

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