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What is the Next Big Thing in Social Media in 2014?

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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So, How Should The Internet Handle Spoilers?

As likely all sentient human beings know: Something pretty major happened on “Game of Thrones” this week. Of course, we (and the entire Internet) wanted to talk about it, but there were some folks who were not yet caught up with George R.R. Martin’s latest attempt at wedding planning. After dealing with things like this, and a similarly major event a mere 20 minutes into the premiere of “House of Cards,” Huff Post TV got to thinking about the way spoilers should be handled. Here’s what we found: Spoiler Alert: Do not read, if you have not seen “The Sixth Sense.” Lauren: Pegged to a certain thing that happened to a certain person on a certain show , I feel like we need to talk about the nature of spoilers, the way we handle them here on Huff Post TV and the way the Internet handles them in general

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RT If You: The Rise in Fake Activism

Will the real activists please stand up? In a social-media crazed society, insignificant measures are seen as influential. A mere “RT” on a Twitter post, “like” on a Facebook status or “tag” on an Instagram photo has become the mechanism to create change. A rise in fake activism has emerged. The millennial generation feels perfectly content using social networking as their main method of catalyzing needed change in the global community.

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Scammers Are Targeting Netflix Users Again, Preying On The Most Trusting Among Us

A few weeks ago, we warned you about a particularly clever phishing scam targeting Netflix users by encouraging them to contact scammers posing as customer service representatives. And now it seems copycat scammers are at it again. A similar phishing scam, uncovered by Malwarebytes Unpacked — the same blog that surfaced the previous scam — is making the rounds, this time targeting not just Netlfix subscribers, but also customers of a number of recognizable brands, including AT&T, Comcast and even Aol (the parent company of The Huffington Post). The scammers are drawing users to fake websites via sponsored ads purchased through major ad networks. These phony ads have been spotted at the top of search result pages on popular search engines including Bing and Google.

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Watch What Happens When An Amateur Photographer Drops His Camera In A Lake (VIDEO)

Josh Reeves just took a camera, a two liter water bottle and a little ingenuity to create one National Geographic-esque video. After putting his Pansonic TZ30 in a two liter bottle , Reeves slowly dropped it underwater and into a lake. Just beneath the surface was a mesmerizing group of smooth newts swimming and feeding. Reeves little experiment proves that with a little creativity, even an amateur can capture the magic of nature on film.

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Opera Mini Brings Internet To Africa

Opera Mini is a proxy-based web browser for mobile phones, which compresses data down to as little as 10 per cent of its original size, allowing for a seamless browsing experience regardless of bandwidth. This tool has been extremely popular in Africa, where fixed broadband reaches only 0.3 per cent of the total population. Smartphones are gradually becoming more affordable in Africa and, with the support of Opera mobile software, internet users now access the web primarily through mobile devices. As of February 2014 Opera mobile browsers had more than 259 million users, with Opera Mini servers serving more than 168 billion pages and compressing over 16 petabytes of data.

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How the eHarmony Crazy Cat Lady Tricked The Internet

If you’ve ever been on the Internet, you’ve probably seen Debbie, the crazy eHarmony cat lady. Her video for the online dating site went viral and now has almost 28 million views. Only issue? ‘Debbie’ was totally made up. Cara Hartmann recorded the video back in 2009 as a joke to put on her younger sister’s Facebook wall

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Tech Start-Ups Now Heavily Investing In Fake Meat Companies

Even though meat production is expected to double by 2050, an unlikely bunch is now investing in the tofurkeys, tofus and other meat substitutes of the world — the techies of Silicon Valley. Carmel DeAmicis, a reporter at the Pando Daily who covers startups, explained to HuffPost Live that tech investors are now looking into new sectors, like food, because of the increasing competition in Silicon Valley. “They feel like there’s a lot of room there to try to transform practices,” DeAmicis explained to host Alonya Minkovski . “Whether it’s making food that actually tastes like chicken and trying to grow that into a huge multi-national corporation, or there are also a lot of other companies out there getting a lot of investment money, and fake meat is not the only one.” In 2012, Twitter co-founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone invested in the vegan startup Beyond Meat . “These guys are coming at the meat analogue industry not as a novelty kind of thing or hippy dippy,” Stone, a longtime vegan, said at the time. “They were coming at it from this big science, super practical, scalable angle

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Johnny Depp, Wally Pfister Reunite For Mind-Bending Sci-Fi Flick ‘Transcendence’

LOS ANGELES (AP) — For more than a decade, cinematographer Wally Pfister brought director Christopher Nolan’s cinematic visions to life. Now, he’s the one calling the shots. His directorial debut, the new sci-fi mystery “Transcendence,” has many elements of a Nolan blockbuster — eye-popping visual effects, a mind-bending story and an A-list lead in Johnny Depp. All of those things translate into high expectations for Pfister, who jokingly likens his newly christened director’s seat to an “electric chair.” In the film releasing Friday, the mind of Depp’s terminally ill scientist, Will Caster, is uploaded into a computer after his death, spawning an eerily unruly machine. At the heart of the story is the disrupted relationship of Will and his wife, Evelyn, played by Rebecca Hall

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