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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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Leveraging Social Media to Increase Campus Awareness, Encourage Dialogue Across Universities

In the spring of 2007, Seung-Hui Choi killed 32 people and injured 25 more in what is now known as the Virginia Tech Massacre . College campuses across the country began conducting analyses of their own environments. Edward Summers, Chief Deputy to the President at Stony Brook University, wrote in ” Making Campuses Safer ” in The Huffington Post , “Less than four months after the shootings, we had intensified up our emergency policies, added sirens and loudspeakers and launched a much more robust program for all of our campus constituents — students, faculty and staff. We’ve added regular table-top drills with local police agencies and we bring in specialized trainers, the most recent, to help us in the event of an active shooter on campus. We work with campus offices and departments in preparing customized emergency responses, ranging from ‘Who do I call in an emergency?’ to…’How do I exit this particular office safely?’” In the Twitter Revolution of Arab Spring, Egyptian youth coordinated protests and demonstrations online, voicing support for ending the regime of Hosni Mubarak through social media.

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Twitter Is The Latest Tech Company To Half-Heartedly Commit To Diversity

Twitter is the latest Silicon Valley company to proclaim it will start holding itself accountable for the highly skewed gender and racial makeup of its staff.

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The 8 Stages Of Watching ‘Batman & Robin’ On Netflix

For whatever masochistic reason, the film “Batman & Robin” is trending on Netflix, and has been for a few weeks or so. Helmed and steered clear off a cliff by Joel Schumacher, “Batman & Robin” stars George Clooney as the caped crusader with nipples on his batsuit. One of the plot points is that Bruce Wayne’s butler Alfred is dying, and you see him in various scenes privately wincing from some unknown pain. Well, it’s clear now that just being in this movie was probably physically paining the actor who played Alfred, Michael Gough. It’s an awful movie. And I fell for watching it.

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Apple Watch: Success or Failure?

Last year at about this time, Apple announced a number of new products including the Apple Watch. Without knowing the constraints Apple faced in the introduction of this watch, I was critical of the branding — particularly the name choice. I thought it should have continued the i-single syllable brand platform of the iMac, iTunes, iPhone and iPad to be called the iWatch. To determine the success of the Apple Watch, I have been looking for definitive data. Unlike other product launches, Apple has been less than forthcoming with sales data on the Apple Watch. On Apple’s financial reports, it has included Apple Watch sales into the ” other products ” category.

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Why You Always End Up Paying Too Much For In-Flight WiFi

Surfing the Internet while flying used to feel like a modern miracle. But in the decade since airlines first began rolling out the service, we’ve come to expect that most flights will have some kind of web access.

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Weekend Roundup: Refugees and Market Woes Put World on Edge

The undertow of China’s slackening economy and the mounting tide of refugees pushing through border after border in Europe put the world on edge this week. After spiraling down, volatile stock markets rallied back, for now. . . Writing from Beijing, Fred Hu argues that what we are witnessing is China’s shift toward the “new normal” of a slower growth paradigm focused on domestic consumption instead of investment and export-led growth. He expresses confidence that his country will weather the storm, writing, “it is a loser’s game to bet against China’s leaders.” Nobel laureate Michael Spence locates the culprit of market volatility in the flood of funds unleashed by low interest rates looking for higher returns, which has led to the gap between a financial bubble and the real economy now undergoing a correction. Economist Brad DeLong argues that China’s “supergrowth”only has five more years to run before it becomes just “another corrupt middle-income country.” Meanwhile, we look at the “Eyes on China” Instagram project that reveals real life behind China’s virtual firewall.

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To My Non-Posting Friends on Facebook

I’ve heard all your sweet excuses for not posting updates on Facebook… “I don’t have time for it.” “I’m just not someone who needs to tell everyone what I’m doing…I’m not one of those people.” “Facebook’s privacy policy freaks me out. That stuff stays up there forever.” “The people who really care about me already know what’s happening in my life.” “My life isn’t exciting… there’s nothing to really post about.” “It’s all so shallow and feels like one big place where everyone just tries to impress everyone else. I prefer deeper.” And I’ve nodded my head many a time saying things like, “That’s okay.” But the truth is: I wish you posted more on Facebook. It’s a fact that I feel closer to my friends who post regularly on Facebook than I do to those who rely only on phone calls or visits for sharing their lives with me

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Armed Suspects Used Periscope To Hunt For Man: Sacramento Police

Police in Sacramento, California, arrested two men on Friday who used Periscope to show themselves hunt for another man by lurking outside an apartment with a gun.

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