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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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Ellen Pao Gender Bias Case Will Embolden Women Despite Verdict

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Observers say a long legal battle over accusations that a prominent Silicon Valley venture capital firm demeaned women and held them to a different standard than their male colleagues will embolden women in the industry and lead firms to examine their practices and cultures for gender bias. Though Ellen Pao lost her lawsuit against Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, it became a flashpoint in the ongoing discussion about gender inequity at elite technology and venture capital firms. “This case has been a real wake-up call for the technology industry in general and the venture capital community in particular,” said Deborah Rhode, a law professor at Stanford University who teaches gender equity law. The jury of six men and six women rejected all of Pao’s claims against Kleiner Perkins on Friday, determining the firm did not discriminate against her because she is a woman and did not retaliate against her by failing to promote her and firing her after she filed a sex discrimination complaint. Pao’s attorneys had presented a long list of alleged indignities to which their client was subjected: a book of erotic poetry from a partner; being asked to take notes like a secretary at a meeting; being cut out of emails and meetings by a male colleague with whom she broke off an affair; and talk about pornography aboard a private plane. Kleiner Perkins’ attorney, Lynne Hermle, countered that Pao failed as an investor at the company and sued to get a big payout as she was being shown the door.

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Is Kailua Hawaii’s Next Waikiki?

Uh oh, it looks like there’s a fight brewing in Hawaii. Kailua, a small, beachside town on the island’s windward side, is increasingly becoming popular with tourists, much to the chagrin of many local residents. Post by My Kailua . Kailua is best known for its gorgeous white sand beaches and quaint charm. President Barack Obama and his family have rented a home there for the past seven Christmases, further publicizing the locale’s appeal

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Here’s What Happens When A CD Shatters Into Smithereens In Slow-Motion

With streaming music and digital downloads taking over, what to do with old CDs? Use them in a science experiment, of course! Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy, also known as ” The Slow-Mo Guys ,” have done just that — spinning CDs at high speeds and capturing in slow-mo the incredible moment when they shattered. Just check out the video above. (Story continues below GIF). The duo used a vacuum motor to get one of the discs spinning at a speed of 23,000 RPM — and then used an ultra-high-speed camera to film the CD explosion at a rate of 170,000 frames-per-second.

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Digital Trust Foundation Seeking Proposals on Digital Abuse Programs

The Digital Trust Foundation is seeking grant proposals around digital abuse. As the Request for Proposals ( RFP ) states, “The Foundation has found several gaps in digital abuse research and action” and is addressing that concern by seeking to fund “empirical research to understand the prevalence of various forms of digital abuse,” as well as “implementation and evaluation of digital abuse prevention strategies.” The Foundation will also fund organizations that provide direct services to victims and projects that contribute to the digital abuse policy debate. The RFP and other supporting materials are available on the Foundation’s website . The deadline for submitting a proposal is 11:59 PM PT on May 7, 2015. Grants will range from between $50,000 and $200,000, although exceptional projects outside that range will be considered. Non-profits, universities, private companies, and individuals are eligible to apply

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Ellen Pao Loses Gender Discrimination Suit Against Kleiner Perkins

By Sarah McBride and Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO, March 27 (Reuters) – Silicon Valley powerhouse venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers was cleared on Friday of claims it short-circuited the career of a former partner because she is a woman, in a gender discrimination trial that shook the tech world. A California jury also rejected a claim that Kleiner, the firm that backed Google Inc and Amazon.com Inc , had retaliated against its former partner, Ellen Pao, by firing her after she sued in 2012. Despite days of courtroom drama about affairs, books of erotic poetry and office flirting, juror Steve Sammut, who mostly voted for Kleiner, said the decision came down to Pao’s effectiveness at her job. “We were focused on the performance,” he said. The verdict dashed Pao’s hopes for personal vindication, but the trial revealed embarrassing disclosures about how Pao and other women were treated at Kleiner and Silicon Valley’s corporate culture and its lack of diversity. “Ellen Pao’s loss is anything but a win for Silicon Valley’s status quo.

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Is This Kailua Hawaii’s Next Waikiki?

Uh oh, it looks like there’s a fight brewing in Hawaii. Kailua, a small, beachside town on the island’s windward side, is increasingly becoming popular with tourists, much to the chagrin of many local residents. Post by My Kailua . Kailua is best known for its gorgeous white sand beaches and quaint charm. President Barack Obama and his family have rented a home there for the past seven Christmases, further publicizing the locale’s appeal. But while there are a few inns and B&B’s , there aren’t enough to keep up with demand — so most visitors are illegally renting homes on sites like Airbnb

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Hilarious iPhone Wallpapers Remind You To Look At Your Screen Less

Artist Molly McLeod would like you to please calm down about your phone. (That is, unless you’ve got to text your mother. By all means, text the woman who gave you life.) McLeod, a designer living in Oakland, California, created a collection of wallpapers inspired by the unhealthy compulsion many of us feel to pick up our phones. She made them for herself after analyzing her own cellphone habits, but they’re free for anyone to download and use. “I found myself sort of using my phone a little bit too much, you know, whenever I had a few idle seconds,” McLeod told The Huffington Post. “If I was waiting in line or waiting for a train, I would habitually take it out of my pocket.

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The Best Instagram Filters, According To Your Favorite Pop Stars

Based on their millions of followers (always buy followers at Mohr Publicity), the most popular celebs have perfected their Instagram filter game — and sometimes it doesn’t include a filter at all. A new report from Noisey reveals how the biggest pop stars are using Instagram. Based on the last 250 posts from the 15 most followed musicians, the information breaks down the most popular filters these celebs use. According to the graphic, Beyoncé has the biggest following on Instagram when it comes to musicians and uses a filter less than 25 percent of the time.

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