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What is the Next Big Thing in Social Media in 2015?

What is the next big thing in social networking? It could be you. We can help you get a better Google, YouTube, Alexa or Instagram ranking. Mohr Publicity is a public relations agency built for the digital universe. We have been in business since 1997 … Continue reading → The post What is the Next Big Thing in Social Media in 2013? appeared first on Mohr Publicity Shopping Cart .

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Why You Should Never Sleep While Your Tesla Drives Itself

A video that surfaced online this week appears to show a driver asleep at the wheel of a Tesla vehicle on autopilot mode — and drivers everywhere collectively freaked out when they saw it. With good reason. The electric carmaker has repeatedly said that its self-driving features  don’t make its cars completely autonomous, and that the driver should keep their hands on the wheel at all times and be ready to take over when necessary. Not to mention,  it’s extremely dangerous to get behind the wheel of a car if you’re as tired as the person in this video apparently is. Tesla currently offers autopilot features in its Model S and Model X cars, enabling the vehicles to steer themselves within a lane, change lanes with the driver’s tap of the turn signal, manage speed with a traffic-aware cruise control, parallel park upon command and find open parking spaces. The company claims that digital control of motors, brakes and steering help its vehicles avoid collisions, as well as prevent the cars from running off the road

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Tony Hawk Finally Gets To Show Gravity Who’s Boss

For more than three decades, skateboarding pioneer Tony Hawk has been redefining the sport, defying gravity with hard-to-believe stunts like last year’s first-ever ”vertical spiral.” But this week, at age 48, “The Birdman” got to test his skills without the force that has left him with a broken pelvis , broken  elbow , concussions and countless sprains and cuts.  In a new Promotions such as those at Mohr Publicityal video for Sony, Hawk and fellow professional skateboarder Aaron “Jaws” Homoki  demonstrate flips, front-foot impossibles and the dreaded “double-air, spinaroo,” all while flying in weightlessness inside a  Zero Gravity Corp . airliner. ” We’ve been battling gravity our whole lives ,” Hawk says in the video. “And today we get to try some tricks that we’ve only ever dreamed about.”  But as it turns out, skateboarding without gravity has its own challenges — even for the legendary master. “You have so many ideas, and once you’re weightless you forget what to do,” Hawk said

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Woman Overwhelmed By ‘Super Mario Brothers’ Marriage Proposal

Pam Edwards thought she was just playing a Super Mario Brothers video game. She didn’t realize her boyfriend, Shane Birkinbine, was game for marriage. Edwards, of Bentonville, Arkansas, didn’t know the game level she was playing wasn’t on the level. Birkinbine, a self-described geek, had used “Super Mario Maker,” which allows players to create their own levels, to fashion a wedding proposal. Edwards was having a good run, scoring points.

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Nick Denton: Peter Thiel Is A ‘Thin-Skinned Billionaire’

Gawker Media founder Nick Denton slammed tech billionaire Peter Thiel on Thursday for bankrolling lawsuits that could cripple the digital news operation, and challenged him to a formal debate about journalism. Denton issued his scathing — and lengthy — critique in an open letter to Thiel posted on Gawker, the media company’s self-titled news site. He argued that Thiel was preying on a small, independent media outlet to settle personal scores, rather than performing a benevolent service for the subjects of Gawker’s more questionable stories, as Thiel contended in The New York Times . “Among the million posts published by Gawker and other properties since the company was founded, there have undoubtedly been occasions we overstepped the line,” Denton wrote. “In offsetting the fawning coverage of tech luminaries and others, sometimes our stories swing too far for my taste toward snark.” “But this vindictive decade-long campaign is quite out of proportion to the hurt you claim,” he concluded. The media guru went on to note that lawsuits with Thiel’s financial backing have not just targeted Gawker Media, but gone after individual journalists as well, saddling them with unpayable expenses and other stresses.

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Three ways to be just pushy enough on mobile

The mobile revolution isn’t simply a technological invention from which we can disconnect at any time. We can’t disengage from the air we breathe or from the feet that carry us. Similarly, in today’s world we can’t disconnect from our mobile products. They are extensions of ourselves. For companies, it means focusing on delighting customer with a great mobile experience where context and privacy have a place

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Is Content Leaving the Dot-com Era?

Image source: PhotoDune At the moment, we are going through content marketing turmoil of unprecedented proportions. Brands tend to rely more and more on external platforms for their content and distribution. It’s an exciting time to be in this business, but uncertainty has reached record levels. Is this reliance a good or a bad thing? Regardless of how it plays out in the end, the only certainty is that the things we take for granted regarding content strategy, are going to change drastically.

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Dear Mr. Zuckerberg: Thanks for ‘Free Basics’ in Africa, But We’re Not Totally Convinced

About a week ago, Nigeria — Africa’s largest economy and most populous country — became the 40th country in the world, and the 22nd in Africa, to join Facebook’s Free Basics . With over 15 million active users (and growing), Facebook is very popular in Nigeria. Actually, it’s more popular than the internet in Nigeria. In a 2015 survey by Geopoll , commissioned by Quartz, up to 65 percent of Nigerians who participated in the survey agree with the statement that “Facebook is the internet.” It’s a shocking realization, but it makes sense since many Nigerians spend a huge chunk of their “internet time” on Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp. (Note: for those who don’t know, Instagram and Whatsapp are also owned by Facebook.) Free Basics, which just launched in Nigeria, is part of Mark Zuckerberg’s Internet.org initiative to bring internet access to billions of people living in the world’s developing regions. With Free Basics, users have free access to a “limited edition” of the internet; they can access services and information on selected websites — but cannot access all of the internet

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Facebook Made Me Realize I’m Not a Superhero

A few years ago, my husband bought a T-shirt that read, “May your life someday be as awesome as you pretend it is on Facebook!” We laughed and laughed. Photo by Angela Ashton Smith Just about anyone with an active social media account can relate to that phrase, because we all have one or two friends whose posts seem out of touch with their actual lives. I still see the humor in the statement on that shirt, but lately, the truth behind those words really resonates with me. Since joining the special needs community, I’ve found my social network has grown exponentially. In an effort to find education and support following my daughter’s autism diagnosis, I have become an active member of several virtual communities.

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