W3vina.COM Free Wordpress Themes Joomla Templates Best Wordpress Themes Premium Wordpress Themes Top Best Wordpress Themes 2012
MP_Girl_SocialMediaBubble

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 .

Read the full story

Posted in Instagram, News, Next Big Thing In Social Media, TwitterComments Off

Want to Fend Off Cybercrooks? Wear Protection!

Every year at this time we anxiously await Symantec’s Internet Security Threat Report, hoping that this would be the year that all cybercrooks would disappear. But, as usual, our hopes have been stomped upon by the facts. We’re all aware of the large-scale attacks against big companies, which have gotten big play in the media. But, the vulnerability for so-called small businesses is a shocking one in 2.2 chance that they will becomes victims.

Read the full story

Posted in Facebook, News, TwitterComments Off

Disney’s Futuristic ‘Tomorrowland’ Rejects Dystopian Tropes With An Optimistic Call To Action

A few minutes into “Tomorrowland,” it becomes clear that Disney’s latest live-action adventure isn’t going to brood over the apocalypse or depict a purely desolate future. Instead, the movie blends sci-fi and fantasy with realism to depict a world where hope is the only antidote to extinction. In ” Tomorrowland ,” directed by Brad Bird and co-written by Bird and Damon Lindelof (with Jeff Jensen earning a story credit), we first meet Frank Walker (George Clooney), a once bright-eyed young boy with innovative dreams, as a now-hardened cynic in the present day. We learn what shattered Frank’s buoyancy when Casey Newton (Britt Robertson) backtracks to tell her story as a teen determined to save the future of a doomed NASA rocket launch site. After finding a mysterious pin secretly given to her by a young British girl, Athena (Raffey Cassidy), Casey is briefly transported to the futuristic world of Tomorrowland. But the real future turns out not to be as bright and shiny: A clock counts down to a predicted apocalypse, prompting Casey, Athena and Frank to try to save the fate of a crumbling planet Earth

Read the full story

Posted in News, YouTubeComments Off

‘Mad Max’ Got Mashed Up With ‘Mario Kart,’ And It Is Perfect In Every Way

Now this is a lovely day. In the parody trailer to end them all, ” Mad Max: Fury Road ” has been combined with the “Mario Kart” franchise. And if you thought ” Max ” couldn’t get more awesome, just wait until some green shells are added in. Now, that’s madness. Visual effects artist Kris Sundberg is reported to be the mastermind behind the project.

Read the full story

Posted in News, YouTubeComments Off

Watch Lindsey Graham Roll His Eyes As Rand Paul Speaks About Ending Bulk Collection Of Phone Records

Not even U.S. senators are exempt from a little eye-rolling. That’s exactly what Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) did Friday night when Sen.

Read the full story

Posted in News, TwitterComments Off

Russia Warns Google, Twitter, Facebook Of Possible Block

By Maria Tsvetkova and Eric Auchard MOSCOW/FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Russia’s media watchdog has written to Google, Twitter and Facebook warning them against violating Russian Internet laws and a spokesman said on Thursday they risk being blocked if they do not comply with the rules. Roskomnadzor said it had sent letters this week to the three U.S.-based Internet firms asking them to comply with Internet laws which critics of President Vladimir Putin have decried as censorship.      “In our letters we regularly remind (companies) of the consequences of violating the legislation,” said Roskomnadzor spokesman Vadim Ampelonsky.     He added that, because of the encryption technology used by the three firms, Russia had no way of blocking specific websites and so could only bring down particular content it deemed in violation of law by blocking access to their whole services. To comply with the law, the three firms must hand over data on Russian bloggers with more than 3,000 readers per day, and take down websites that Roskomnadzor sees as containing calls for “unsanctioned protests and unrest”, Ampelonsky said.     Putin, a former KGB spy, once described the Internet as a project of the CIA, highlighting deep distrust between Moscow and Washington, whose ties are now badly strained

Read the full story

Posted in Facebook, News, TwitterComments Off

Watchdog Finds Huge Failure In Surveillance Oversight Ahead Of Patriot Act Deadline

WASHINGTON — In a declassified and heavily redacted report on a controversial Patriot Act provision , the Justice Department’s inspector general found that the government had failed to implement guidelines limiting the amount of data collected on Americans for seven years. Section 215 of the Patriot Act, which is set to expire June 1 unless Congress reauthorizes it, has been the legal basis for the intelligence community’s bulk metadata collection. As a condition for reauthorization back in 2005, the Justice Department was required to minimize the amount of nonpublic information that the program gathered on U.S. persons. According to the inspector general, the department did not adopt sufficient guidelines until 2013. It was not until August of that year — two months after the bombshell National Security Agency disclosures by Edward Snowden — that Justice began applying those guidelines in applications to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court, the secretive body that approves government surveillance requests

Read the full story

Posted in News, TwitterComments Off

Instagram Users Went #WithoutShoes This Month And Gave 265,000 Pairs To Kids In Need

Showing off your bare feet might not be the most glamorous trend on Instagram, but you might be able to argue it’s the most impactful. Hundreds of thousands of social media users have been providing shoes to those in need around the world this month by tagging barefoot photos with the #WithoutShoes hashtag. The eighth annual One Day Without Shoes campaign — launched by Toms Shoes and running from May 5 through May 21 — gives a new pair to an impoverished child in the developing world for every posted photo accompanied with the hashtag, up to one million. As of Thursday afternoon, more than 265,000 children will benefit from the campaign, according to Toms Shoes’ website . A handful of celebrities and media personalities have been part of the effort as well.

Read the full story

Posted in Facebook, Instagram, News, TwitterComments Off

Your Password Security Questions Are Terrible, And They’re Not Fooling Anyone

You’re probably used to setting up security questions whenever you register an account on a new website. They’re supposed to help confirm your identity in the event that you forget your password, but a new study from Google says that they have a number of major shortcomings. The main problem is that they’re either easy to remember or “somewhat secure,” but usually not both. That’s according to a blog post written by Elie Bursztein, Google’s anti-abuse research lead, and Ilan Caron, a software engineer. If security questions are easy to remember, they’re probably easy for an impostor to guess; but if they’re too complicated, the person who created them won’t be able to remember them. According to Google’s research, which was based on “hundreds of millions of secret answers and millions of account recovery claims,” 40 percent of English-speaking people in the United States couldn’t recall the answers to their secret questions when they needed them

Read the full story

Posted in Facebook, NewsComments Off

Page 1 of 45412345...102030...Last »

What's NEW