Tag: facebook

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How silent storytelling is being ushered in by Facebook’s autoplay videos

A lot of the time when you’re on the computer it’s either during work or later at night when everyone’s going to sleep–so getting blasted by a loud autoplaying video on a website is certainly an annoying experience. However, when the default volume setting is mute (and users are given a choice to activate the sound), videos become less of an annoyance and more of an eye catcher.Continue Reading..

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Sep

Discover the hidden features of the top social networks

As social media platforms continue to grow, they learn what their users want and modify, update and increase their capabilities to keep users happy. Chances are you spend a pretty substantial amount of your life on social media, but if you weren’t part of a particular social network as it evolve, you might not know about some of their lesser known features.Continue Reading..

16
Sep

Facebook is finally making a ‘Dislike’ button

People have been asking for it, and finally after years of refusing to build one, Facebook is finally going to give us a way to express something other than a “Like.” I know I’ve posted a funny video on what it would be like if Facebook removed everything that people complained about and how it would end up, but brace yourselves because the Facebook “Dislike” button is coming–although the exact form a “Dislike” button may take is still up in the air. Continue Reading..

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Sep

How to make your portfolio site stand out

It the past decade, it’s become crucial for designers and artists to establish their online presence; both though a website and social media. A portfolio website is the quickest and easiest way to showcase what you can do. And it can attract the attention of potential clients and collaborators who will search you out online.Continue Reading..

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What happens on the Internet in real-time

What’s the most popular internet activity? Both social networking (37 minutes per day) and email (33 minutes) are at the top. But how much really happens in that time? By the time you finish reading this sentence, there will have been over 200,000 new Facebook posts, 22,000+ new tweets, 7,000 app downloaded, and about $9,000 worth of items sold on Amazon; depending on your reading speed, of course.Continue Reading..

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