Monthly Archives: July 2010

Try to do this with Duct Tape

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 Behold the power of packing tape. Spider man’s got nothing on this colossoal spider web. This packing tape web is capable of supporting a large tree house. More than 117,000 feet and 100 pounds of packing tape was used to build the giant spider web inside the Odeon, a […]


More Online scams infiltrate Facebook.

Last Updated on August 2, 2017 A message claiming to show a “shocking video” of a teacher beating the snot out of a student is spreading virally on Facebook. When users click on this link in a friends status update, which reads:  “I am shocked!!! I’m NEVER texting AGAIN since I found this out. Video […]

Geolocation apps growing too slow for most marketers

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 A study conducted by Forrester Research found that only 4 percent of U.S. Adults online have ever used location-based mobile apps, such as Foursquare, Gowalla and Loopt. Forrester claims the study calls into question, at this time, the value of these location-based social media apps to a majority of […]

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Facebook Fails

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 For your enjoyment, here are a few facebook fails in commemoration of the social networking site’s 500 million member milestone. These are fairly mild compared to a lot of fails out there, but not appropriate for this blog. Let these be lesson in what not to say in your […]

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Facebook Reaches 500 million

Last Updated on April 12, 2020 Facebook reached the 500 million-member mark Wednesday. The social networking giant is celebrating the milestone with the launch of Facebook Stories. ABC World News anchor Diane Sawyer interviewed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg to commemorate the milestone. The team at, a website that delivers up-to-date data and statistics about […]

Half way to a Billion

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 Facebook announces its social networking site is expected to reach the 500-million users mark sometime this week.   The social networking giant plans to celebrate the milestone by sharing Facebook stories provided by users.   “In the past, it’s been all about the numbers and milestones, and we realized […]


Old Spice using social media to build brand awareness

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 There was the “Where’s the beef” lady, Mikey, the Taco Bell dog and Geico Gekko. Now you have Dos Equis’ “The Most Interesting Man in the World” and The Old Spice Guy. However, the shirtless Old Spice Guy Isaiah Mustafa has been busy delivering testosterone infused monologues via Twitter […]

Free Agent Twits

Last Updated on July 13, 2017 Social Media is quickly becoming a platform for sports announcements, especially in the Twitterverse.   The Latest round of big announcements breaking on Twitter are coming from the NBA. Miami Heat superstar Dwayne Wade has been directing his Twitter followers to a YouTube video where he announces that he […]

Which Online ID is the Most Popular?

Last Updated on August 31, 2020 Which online IDs are people using the most to sign into services around the web. Whenever you visit a news, entertainment, or business to business site, you can choose to sign in with your Facebook, Twitter, or some other service and use it to share information. The folks at […]

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Tagging Photos Made Easy

Last Updated on July 27, 2021 Tired of tagging your friends in the photos you post on Facebook? Facebook is attempting to make the duties of tagging your friends in photos a whole lot easier using its new face detection technology. Previously, users who upload their photos into Facebook had to click on each friend’s […]

What If the Web were the Tokyo Metro?

Last Updated on November 2, 2017 What if Google, Craigslist, CNN, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook or Amazon were transit stops?   iA, a web development company based in Tokyo and Zurich, created the Web Trend Map based on the Tokyo Metro System to answer the question. The map is a representation of web associations. For example Twitter […]