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Twitter is all Bark and no Bite with $167million loss

The continued performance failure of $167million reported loss in last three months of 2016 and a stagnant 4% growth of total users at Twitter is part of an underlying structural problem and culture at the company inability to move beyond its early foundations of a simple microblog. The use of Twitter by Trump for his political campaign is just a side show when it’s 319 million user base are simply not engaged enough in direct revenue generation for the company. Perhaps it is Twitter unique position as a social media voice that is easy to use, after all it is just 140 characters right? But this is missing the point abut its role as a monetizable mediator to other industries and social groups that as yet seems to be an unfulfilled dream. Twitter management while investing is media streaming and niche changes to the website, have failed to grasp the opportunities that Facebook and LinkedIn have in monetizing their users by advertising or selling subscriptions for communities and lifestyles

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The Raised Fist Emoji Is Social Media’s Resistance Symbol

We’ve long used emojis to communicate our feelings when words can’t. But what happens when they take on a deeper meaning, becoming a symbol for an entire movement? Recently, Hamdan Azhar , founder of data journalism lab Prismoji , decided to explore the use of emojis in viral movements. He analyzed about 60,000 tweets related to hot-button topics like #NoBanNoWall, #NoMuslimBan, #NotMyPresident, #TheResistance, and #WomensMarch to find out which emojis appeared most frequently in those messages. In a blog post for Emojipedia , Azhar outlined his findings.  The red heart (❤️️ ), tears of joy ( ), the American flag ( ) and the raised fist (✊) were among the most commonly used emojis. While it’s not surprising that people use the raised fist as an expression of solidarity, Azhar notes that it’s become “a signature emoji of progressive protest.” It even showed up as one of the top five emojis for all of the protest-related hashtags Azhar studied, including #BlackLivesMatter.

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Remember That Fatal Tesla Crash? Politicians Might Be Partly To Blame.

Just who is to blame for a highly publicized fatal car crash involving a self-driving Tesla Model S and a tractor-trailer in May 2016? The driver, certainly, as a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration review made clear late last month . And ― according to  a report Tuesday by NBC’s “Today” show ― perhaps foot-dragging politicians are at fault, too. Investigative reporter Ronan Farrow dug into the category of accidents known as “underride collisions,” where cars collide with semitrailers and plow underneath them with devastating results. Turns out there’s a relatively simple fix, one that has been mandatory on most trucks in Europe since 1989: installing side guards that close off access to the dangerous trailer undercarriage.  The U.S

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Scott Steinberg on Manners for the Digital World

The good news is that digital connections have brought us closer. That’s also the bad news as the merging of our work, school, and personal lives raises a new and very complicated set of issues around who sees what. Protecting privacy, staying safe, demonstrating professionalism, and responding to views or behavior you might prefer not to have seen can all be difficult. In his new book, Netiquette Essentials: New Rules for Minding Your Manners in a Digital World , Scott Steinberg provides thoughtful guidance for navigating the challenges of social media. He answered my questions about what to share, when to check your email, and whether to friend your boss on Facebook.

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Kanye West Deletes All Trump Tweets (PHOTO)

Kanye West has scrubbed his Twitter account of all things Trump, and it’s because he’s super unhappy with the president’s performance over his first 2 weeks in office. Kanye had tweeted about Trump in a positive light after the election. In…

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#FredinChina: Is Didi to blame for a disruptive ride-hailing market?

I’m Fred Raillard, Creative CEO, Co-founder and Creative Chief Officer with Farid Mokart of FRED & FARID, an independent creative boutique network based in New York, Shanghai and Paris. #FredinChina is an essential social media podcast to know and understand the world’s largest economy. I fell in love with China, and live in Shanghai with my wife and three sons since September 2012. With my teams at the FRED & FARID Shanghai agency we monitor, analyze and decrypt this ultra-connected China with nearly 800 million netizens by sharing what we see, hear and read on Weibo, WeChat, Huaban, Youku.

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#FailedAmericanSlogans Are Terrifying Mottos For Life Under Trump

With the Oval Office getting a  gold-curtained makeover for President Donald Trump , some folks on social media are wondering if it’s time to change a few other things, too.  Thus, # FailedAmericanSlogans  was born. Here are some examples:  #FailedAmericanSlogans We the peop…. no, not you. — Rockin The Border (@irolands) January 30, 2017 You're in Tiny Hands with AltState #FailedAmericanSlogans pic.twitter.com/m0whb5sAeu — harleyb (@harleyb11) January 30, 2017 #FailedAmericanSlogans Like a good neighbor , stay over there — Brittany (@atexashoneybee) January 30, 2017 We only moved the headstones. #failedamericanslogans — Son of Karas ラの息子 (@QuandaryMan) January 30, 2017 We're Sorry #FailedAmericanSlogans pic.twitter.com/2mac8f5Vst — Math Man (@math_tagger) January 30, 2017 241 years. We had a good run

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Google Doodle Honors Fred Korematsu, Activist Who Fought Japanese Internment

Monday’s Google Doodle celebrated the birthday of Fred Korematsu, a Japanese-American who defied government orders to relocate to an internment camp during World War II.  Fred Korematsu's 98th Birthday – #GoogleDoodle in United States. #FredKorematsu pic.twitter.com/CfZdeKVMRQ — Doodle Finder (@Doodle_Finder) January 30, 2017 In 1942, Korematsu was one of thousands of American citizens of Japanese descent who were forced to leave their homes and most of their worldly possessions under Executive Order No. 9066.  The order, signed by then-President Franklin D. Roosevelt (D) in response to Japan’s bombing of Pearl Harbor, gave the U.S. Army the green light to round up Japanese-Americans and place them in designated military zones.

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