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10 August 2016
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How social media helps bring shelter animals out of the shadows

While social media may often be more chore than reward for some people, it’s changed the lives of thousands of animals. As the internet has definitively proven, a photo of a kitten or a puppy is irresistible to humans, and animal rescue organisations are using Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to exploit our addiction for good. […]


9 August 2016
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What’s the Deal with Snapchat Memories?

Snapchat just announced Memories, “a new way to save Snaps and stories on Snapchat”. In reality, though, the development is much more than a new way to save Snaps – it’s a notable change in identity for the platform itself. Snapchat has always been about sharing what is happening now, in the moment, with your […]


9 August 2016
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Online gaming may boost school scores. Social media? Not so much.

If you or your kids are avid gamers, here’s some good news: All that strategising may have a beneficial impact on school results. Whether regular Facebook use is a drag on one’s English test scores — that’s another question. A study conducted by Alberto Posso, a professor at Australia’s RMIT University, found that teenagers who […]


8 August 2016
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Learn News Feed strategy from Facebook VP Adam Mosseri at Disrupt SF

 Come to TechCrunch’s Disrupt SF conference to hear how your company can win at and adapt to the Facebook News Feed. We’ll have Facebook’s VP of Product Management for News Feed Adam Mosseri about what gets seen and what doesn’t, and how to take capitalize on its frequent algorithm changes. Mosseri has been working on […]


7 August 2016
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#IndigenousDads trends in Australia in powerful response to 'racist' cartoon

Loving, supportive and wise. Indigenous fathers are all those things, and more. That’s the message of the hashtag #IndigenousDads, which has been trending on Australian Twitter in the wake of an offensive cartoon published Thursday in The Australian newspaper. SEE ALSO: How images like #DonDaleKids let us ‘perform’ our shock and outrage The images of […]

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