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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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This $50 Alarm Could Give Millions Of People More Warning Ahead Of Earthquakes

When an earthquake strikes, survival is often a question of a matter of seconds, and yet in-home earthquake alarms are prohibitively expensive. Currently, Japan is the country that has the most comprehensive nationwide system that warns its citizens when a tremor is heading their way. But a Mexico City-based startup believes it has the key to making earthquake warning systems much more accessible. Grillo (Spanish for “cricket”) has developed an earthquake early-warning system that gives residents of major Mexican cities up to a two-minute heads-up that an earthquake is coming and costs only roughly $50. The product was backed by a successful Fondeadora crowdfunding campaign and also won the support of the 500 Startups incubator

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Taking an Intersectional Approach to Online Violence

Why do we call women’s issues “women’s issues”? So much of the inequality and violence that women encounter are relevant to men as well. The problems of patriarchy are not exclusively damaging to women — they hurt men, too. But these problems are even more nuanced than that. Women’s issues are not simply divisible into two genders

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The Story of Localized Marketing – Part I

All brands need to prepare for the localization of marketing…or get left behind It’s late 2009. Foursquare and Gowalla are the rage among the technorati. Social navigation app Waze is just getting traction. Twitter acquires GeoAPI, a startup specializing in location technology, and the tech blogs are buzzing about the promise of geolocation — about the idea that location-aware mobile devices will revolutionize how consumers and brands interact in the physical world. This is the dawn of the modern mobile era — an era defined by iOS and Android devices and by the decline of PCs as a broad mechanism for accessing the internet. This is the context in which my first software company, MomentFeed , was founded five years ago.

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Is Education Alone Enough to Combat Sexting?

Image credit: Creative Commons Recently, the UK’s National Crime Agency launched a new campaign designed to educate families about the dangers of sexting. The campaign, which has been spearheaded by the Agency’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), has one primary objective: to equip families with the resources they need to talk to their children about the consequences of creating and sharing explicit images via their phones. But is education enough, or should additional tools be implemented to help combat this growing problem? On average, CEOP receives one new child protection case related to pornographic image sharing each day. The most commonly reported cases involve young people who thought they were sending an explicit photo of themselves to one person, only to find out later that it had been forwarded to several others by the intended recipient. There have also been troubling reports of strangers targeting and blackmailing teens in order to gain access to nude images on social networking sites and via mobile.

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Why Does Europe Hate Silicon Valley?

Americans love sightseeing in Europe. Europeans love jetting around the United States. We admire the Beatles, French Impressionists, Belgian chocolate, and a host of other European cultural icons and sights. They adore Taylor Swift, New York City, our Hollywood films and much more. It’s a virtual lovefest, until you start talking about modern technology. That’s where Europe turns the other cheek

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A Big, Scary Whirlpool Forms In Lake Texoma

On Lake Texoma along the Texas-Oklahoma border, boaters have to be very careful or they could wind up going down the drain–literally. That’s because a giant vortex measuring eight feet across formed recently in the overflowing lake. The swirling waters got going when engineers opened the floodgates of the Denison Dam to drain the lake, which was flooded from four weeks of heavy rain. A video of the vortex (above) posted to the YouTube page of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Tulsa District on June 5, 2015 shows just how big the vortex is–and how powerful.

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SpaceX Rocket Explodes Shortly After Liftoff

An unmanned SpaceX rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station erupted while in flight just a couple of minutes after a successful liftoff in Cape Canaveral, Florida, at 10:21 a.m. EDT on Sunday. Pieces of the Falcon 9 rocket could be seen falling into the Atlantic, The Associated Press reported. NASA officials said that they have deployed vehicles to recover debris. Among the more than 4,000 pounds of payload in the rocket’s Dragon cargo ship were important research equipment, student experiments that were lost in a previous Orbital rocket explosion, and a docking adapter, or parking place, for future commercial crew capsules. About an hour after the accident, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk revealed in a Twitter post that overpressurization in the rocket may have been related to the explosion.

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4 Wishes for the Class of 2015

The following speech was delivered on June 27, 2015 at the Tsinghua School of Economics & Management commencement in Beijing. I am honored to be here today to address Dean Yingyi Qian, Tsinghua School of Economics and Management’s distinguished faculty, proud family members, supportive friends, and most importantly, the class of 2015. Unlike my boss, Mark Zuckerberg, I do not speak Chinese. For that I apologize. But he did ask me to pass along this message — zhuhe .

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