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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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New App Helps Iranians Dodge ‘Morality Police’

A new smartphone application that helps Iranians dodge the Islamic Republic’s “morality police” is proving popular with the young, tech-savvy population but has quickly fallen foul of the authorities. The Gershad app allows users who spot checkpoints set up by the morality police, who enforce Islamic dress and behavior codes, to tag their location on a Google map with an icon of a bearded man, enabling others to steer clear of them. The app was blocked by the authorities soon after it was released for Android devices on Monday but many Iranians bypass Internet restrictions by using a Virtual Private Network. It is already trending on social media and has received almost 800 reviews on the Google Play app store, nearly all of them positive, although Google Play does not show how many times Gershad had been downloaded.

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5 Technologies That Are Changing Creative Work

New technologies hit the market every day, but a few change the way creative work is being done on a large scale. They allow more people to accomplish what only a few were once able to do. They’re beautiful to behold, simple to use, and easy to integrate into the workflow of creatives across the globe. They help creative people be better at what they do. And – perhaps most importantly – they’re accessible. With that in mind, here are the five technologies we’ve seen come into their own over the last year, that are fundamentally changing the way creatives work.

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23 Hilarious And Oddly Insightful Quotes From Kids

The ridiculous sentences that come out of kids’ mouths are sometimes truly worth recording.  That’s the premise behind mom Lacey Ellis’ popular app LittleHoots , which allows parents to document and archive their children’s standout quotes. Now, Ellis is sharing some recent highlights from the app with The Huffington Post. Without further ado, here are 23 cute, funny and in many cases, oddly insightful quotes from kids  Also on HuffPost: — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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The Internet and Bernie Sanders: A Love Story

There hasn’t ever been a presidential candidate who has leveraged the Internet better than Bernie Sanders. It was just a matter of time before a candidate jumped into the interwebs with both feet, but the odd part was it was a 74-year-old grandpa embracing the always new, always moving Internet. One of the largest appeals of the Internet is it’s instantaneous. Young people don’t rely on TV anymore for news. We don’t have to, as we can find more up to date information online quicker than flipping on the TV and sitting through a political ad. In fact, even Google is becoming second-rate when you want the freshest information.

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The Next Decade For Silicon Valley

Amidst incessant talks of bubbles and baubles, it is clear that Silicon Valley is back. With a vengeance, no less. Innovation is back. Leadership is back. IPOs are back. The technology industry has shaken off the post-financial crisis malaise and has been quite exciting.

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An Inspiring Reminder That Love Can Happen In Really Dumb Places

The silliest social media apps can be the most powerful. Case in point, a now-defunct Facebook Graffiti app that started at least one couple’s romantic journey eight years ago. Kira Silver and Jesse Corinella are professional artists who live in Brooklyn, New York. They knew each other in high school, tried the adolescent dating thing but — as these things so often go in the age of SATs and video games — the relationship fizzled. A couple of years later, the two were at different colleges and staying in touch via Facebook.

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Social Media Reunites Homeless Man With Family He Hasn’t Seen in 40 Years

WSVN-TV – 7NEWS Miami Ft. Lauderdale News, Weather, Deco One homeless man in Miami is being reunited with family members he hasn’t seen in almost 40 years, thanks to the power of YouTube and Facebook . Isaac Avila, 65, who goes by the name Chico, has been roaming the streets of Downtown Miami for 10 years, reports WSVN , a local South Florida news station. Avila used to be a printer at the Miami Herald and wanders the area near his former employer, including the performing arts space, Adrienne Arsht Center, which he visits every Tuesday for food distributed by volunteers. That’s where he met Gaby, a volunteer for Miracle Messages  – an organization that records and shares short clips of homeless people searching for their loved ones on social media. A video of Avila was uploaded to the organization’s YouTube page on Jan

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Mark Zuckerberg Makes Clear He’s Against Colonialism In India

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stood up for India Wednesday after board member Marc Andreessen insulted the country with what appeared to be a pro-colonialist tweet. Zuckerberg wrote a Facebook post  about his love for India in response to Andreessen, the venture capitalist who  tweeted  late Tuesday: ”Anti-colonialism has been economically catastrophic for the Indian people for decades. Why stop now?”  “I found Andreessen’s comments deeply upsetting, and they do not represent the way Facebook or I think at all,” Zuckerberg wrote. That’s a harsh criticism for Zuckerberg to level, especially in the normally very friendly and positive world of Silicon Valley tech billionaires. Zuckerberg’s vehemence shows how much he cannot afford to alienate India.  In a subsequent tweetstorm, Andreessen clarified  his comment. ”To be clear, I am 100% opposed to colonialism, and 100% in favor of independence and freedom, in any country, including India.” The Indian government dealt a harsh blow to Facebook this week by banning the company’s Free Basics service, which provides free Internet access, but only to certain sites. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India ruling in favor of net neutrality not only killed Free Basics, but any Internet service provider that gives away some parts of the Internet for free while charging or restricting access to others.  Indians without Internet access are a huge potential market for Facebook

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