Moments! I’m praying and watching all day to see the moments in my life and then instead of merely journaling it or texting a friend I’m casually telling the moments to my children… “oh I just have to tell you kids about this moment in the car, it’s kind of funny but I ended up… Continue reading Moments not Messages Online
Update: at 18:21 EST, Twitter announced a permanent ban on Donald Trump’s account As rioters forced their way into the chambers of the Capitol building and offices of Representatives this week, President Trump was uncharacteristically silent on social media — in stark contrast to his proclamations during the wave of BLM protests last year. And… Continue reading Trump Permanently Banned From Twitter – But Is It All Too Late?
Our independent reviews and recommendations are funded in part by affiliate commissions, at no extra cost to our readers. Click to Learn More TikTok is rolling out features in 2021 to make online shopping easier. The social platform’s new updates will give users the ability to add affiliate links and will even give brands the… Continue reading TikTok’s New Ecommerce Tools Are the Next Step in Social Shopping
A new report has revealed that TikTok has overtaken Facebook when it comes to how long its users spend on the app. Despite 2020 being a somewhat tumultuous year for the social media platform, with its very US existence at one point on the brink, it has still managed to beat its competitors to become… Continue reading TikTok Overtakes Facebook for Screen Time
The internet is a massive, near limitless medium, and there’s no shortage of channels through which someone can voice a deliberately heinous or deeply misinformed idea. Many believe that social media platforms have an ethical responsibility to manage and moderate misinformation and hate speech spread by their users. This issue came to a head in… Continue reading Moderation Will Be the Most Controversial Social Media Issue of 2021
Twitter has announced Birdwatch, a system for letting its users identify and flag tweets which may be misleading. The company has been under scrutiny in the past few years for its handling of misinformation. Notably, last year it began flagging tweets from high profile users such as Donald Trump for perpetuating fake information, then eventually… Continue reading Twitter to Crowd-Source Reporting of Misleading Tweets via Birdwatch
Twitter has acquired Revue, a service that helps users create and publish their own email newsletters. The social media giant stated in a blog post earlier in the week that its aim was to support writers to increase the revenue they see from their readers, and Revue would enable them to do this. The purchase… Continue reading Twitter Purchases Newsletter Platform Revue