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How to Make Bitstrips Comics on Facebook — Or Hide Them Forever

David Smothers October 31, 2013

There’s a storm coming. It’s a storm of goofy personalized comics, and it’s going to spread like a slightly annoying wildfire through your Facebook News Feed — if it hasn’t already. We’re talking, of course, about Bitstrips. If you don’t recognize the name, you likely recognize the pictures. Bitstrips are the shareable, customizable comics all… Continue Reading »

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Pets Who Are Famous On Twitter, Facebook & YouTube

David Smothers March 25, 2013

If you have a pet who likes to watch you tweet and update your Facebook status, you might consider letting him or her get an account on a social media site. Back in 2011, Mashable reported that one in ten pets in the UK has a social media account of some kind. That is an astonishingly high… Continue Reading »

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Dogs Need A Place To Be Hipsters Too, Right?

David Smothers March 16, 2013

  Look, it’s just a given that people love their dogs stupid a lot. They also love Instagram effects and cute animals, broadly defined. We know this. But somehow Pack is only showing up now. Social media for dogs has existed before, of course, but never with so much aggressive simplicity. The site is currently invite-only, opening to everyone in… Continue Reading »

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Facebook And Sex: G-Rated Alternatives To Controversial ‘Bang With Friends’ App

David Smothers February 11, 2013

The unapologetic Facebook hookup app Bang With Friends has created a storm of controversy in recent weeks, but the one thing no one is talking about is the app’s more G-rated alternatives. “Clean” versions of the Bang With Friends app concept exist, and at least one has been around for months. A quick recap: In… Continue Reading »

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: Zebra Escape Drills

David Smothers February 2, 2013

Don’t let their gentle demeanor and calming stripes fool you. Zebras are unstoppable killing machines. They’ll bathe in the blood of your children just as soon as look at you. That’s why keepers at Tokyo’s Tama Zoo aren’t taking any chances and are prepping for the day these murderous equines overcome their paddock locks. But… Continue Reading »

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NFL Support on Facebook, Visualized

David Smothers January 30, 2013

To celebrate the impenidng Super Bowl, Facebook decided to analyze NFL support across the US based on Likes. Many of the results are as you’d expect—but there are a few interesting quirks along the way. Across all of Facebook’s US users, around 35 million have Liked a page for one of the 32 teams in the NFL…. Continue Reading »

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Report: YouTube May Start Making You Pay For Content

David Smothers January 29, 2013

  AdAge is reporting than in an effort to lure more content producers (along with the subsequent viewers and advertisers that follow) away from traditional television, YouTube is supposedly getting ready to launch paid subscription on specific channels. The subscriptions won’t be too pricey—at least for right now. Based on applications YouTube has reportedly asked a small… Continue Reading »

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Entatech offers Beats with tweets (UK and Isle of Man residents only)

David Smothers January 28, 2013

IT distributor Entatech has launced a new social media campaign where followers have the chance to win Beats headphones and Capsule speakers. The campaign celebrates the launch of the new Microsoft Office SKUs. Entatech says the new Office 2013 suites and Office 365 are already proving popular with its customer base, and it aims to… Continue Reading »

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Google Glass Developer Conference Has Ultra-Strict Rules

David Smothers January 25, 2013

Photo by Pete Pachal, Mashable Excited to hear about what will happen at next week’s first official developer conference for Google Glass? Good luck. Google is requiring attendees to sign a restrictive NDA that bars them from revealing anything about it. Google’s non-disclosure agreement (NDA) for the Google Glass Foundry, a two-day developer event taking place in… Continue Reading »

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