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Tag: Social Media

Turn Your Social Media Profiles into Business Cards

Turn Your Social Media Profiles into Business Cards
Social media plays a big part in people’s lives these days. Not just in their personal lives, but also in what they do for a living as well. If you’re one of those people, then you might be interested in the social media-themed business card generators by Stephen Ou.

This Web App Lets You Know That You’re the Nth User on Facebook

This Web App Lets You Know That You’re the Nth User on Facebook
When I first heard of Facebook, Friendster was still all the rage. I didn’t care much for it and only went online on Facebook because somebody gave me these virtual pets that you were supposed to take care of.
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Got 10,000 Instagram Followers? This Hotel Will Give You a Free Night’s Stay

Got 10,000 Instagram Followers? This Hotel Will Give You a Free Night’s Stay
Companies are inclined to give freebies and complimentary services to people who have a huge following on social networks. As a marketing move, it makes perfect sense. The odds of these people tweeting and talking about the event is high, and the more people they get to share it with, the better, right?

Instagram Cake: Take a Picture, It’ll Last Longer

Instagram Cake: Take a Picture, It’ll Last Longer
One of the most popular things people post on Instagram is pictures of food. So why shouldn’t it make sense to make some food that looks like Instagram’s logo? That’s exactly what Ann Reardon of How to Cook That did when she made this awesome Instagram cake.

Smart Move or Gimmick? This Bar Only Lets Its Facebook Friends in After 9PM

Smart Move or Gimmick? This Bar Only Lets Its Facebook Friends in After 9PM
Suppose you’re a bar owner who’s getting tired of dealing with a rowdy crowd of undesirables who do nothing but mess up your interior decor and ruin the mood in the entire place with their antics.

Stay @solwavehouse: The World’s First Twitter Hotel

Stay @solwavehouse: The World’s First Twitter Hotel
A lot of people I know don’t go anywhere without tweeting about it or posting a picture on Instagram or Facebook announcing whatever it is they’re about to do or wherever it is they’re about to go.

Activist Twitter Dress Streams Political Tweets

Activist Twitter Dress Streams Political Tweets
You are what you wear. Sometimes, you can send the loudest of messages without saying a single word. You can let your clothes do all the talking instead. For example, take the Twitter Dress developed by creative agency Deportivo.

Physical Fliike Counter Shows off How Many ‘Likes’ You Have on Facebook

Physical Fliike Counter Shows off How Many ‘Likes’ You Have on Facebook
Let people in the real world know how popular you are in real life with Fliike. It’s a physical counter that shows off how many “Likes” your page has received on Facebook in real time. The Fliike was created by Smiirl, which is a design studio start-up based in France.

‘Like to Death’ Online Art Project Disappears When You ‘Like’ It

‘Like to Death’ Online Art Project Disappears When You ‘Like’ It
When you ‘like’ something on Facebook, it stays on your feed longer and sometimes appears on the news feeds of other people in your network. By ‘liking’ something, you make it stay visible for a longer period of time as it circulates on social networks.

Foursquare Time Machine Turns Your Travels into an Infographic

Foursquare Time Machine Turns Your Travels into an Infographic
If you’re an active Foursquare user, then you probably have a pretty detailed log on the places you’ve been to and when you were there on your account. Foursquare has just unveiled a new tool that their users can utilize that makes taking a trip down memory lane easier and more pleasing to the eyes.

Minddrive: a Facebook, Twitter and Instagram-powered Electric Car

Minddrive: a Facebook, Twitter and Instagram-powered Electric Car
Minddrive is a non-profit program in Kansas City, in which students have designed an interactive car-powered by social media. This car is powered through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

World’s (Allegedly) First Vine Resume Goes Viral

World’s (Allegedly) First Vine Resume Goes Viral
Love it or hate it, it looks like Twitter’s Vine has managed to attract a pretty solid following ever since its launch. Time will tell if it’ll become as big of a fixture in the social media sphere as Instagram, but for now, it’s sure getting a lot of attention – particularly because people like Dawn Siff are finding unusual and creative ways to use the platform.

Loccit Puts All Your Social Networking Activities in Print

Loccit Puts All Your Social Networking Activities in Print
I used to keep a diary until I realized that I was just copying down events and things I said about my day from my social media accounts. Not that I share personal details or too much information online.

Mark Your Territory: Be the Mayor of Pee-Town

Mark Your Territory: Be the Mayor of Pee-Town
I’ve never been a huge fan of check-in apps like Foursquare because I never really saw the need to inform everyone in my social network about my whereabouts. That’s just not me. But if you enjoy letting people know where you’ve been (or just like peeing in public), then you might find this concept called Mark Your Territory interesting.

Blogger Asks People to Slap Him Silly Whenever He Logs on to Social Networks

Blogger Asks People to Slap Him Silly Whenever He Logs on to Social Networks
How do you get over an addiction? Some people check into rehab, others go cold turkey, while others resort to hiring people off Craigslist to slap themselves out of it. The first two seem like typical things to do.

Teen Pranksters’ Facebook Trick Kid’s Mom into Believing He Was Dead

Teen Pranksters’ Facebook Trick Kid’s Mom into Believing He Was Dead
Online hoaxes are a dime a dozen these days. A pretty cruel one recently made the news. It was in the form of a Facebook hoax that alarmed a mother and made her relatives think that her seven-year-old son had passed away.
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