All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Culture’

Pope Francis Is Facebook’s Most Talked About Topic of 2013

It’s that time of the year again. Radio stations are playing the same twelve Christmas songs on repeat, you’ve already gained about ten pounds, and companies are starting to release their 2013 year-in-review wrap-ups. Life is so predictable. Today’s year-in-review release is probably the most interesting of all (sans Google, maybe), if for nothing else than the sheer volume of …

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Culturalist Lets You Be The Editor Of Your World

Do you like making lists? Have a lot of knowledge about a topic and want to spread said knowledge to the poor, ignorant masses? Want to let everyone know just what you think in a snappy, visually-appealing, and authoritative manner? Then Culturalist may just become your new internet haven. Culturalist is a website devoted to top 10 lists, with topics …

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Most Internet Users Search Web in Multiple Languages

The latest factoid to be pulled out of Greenlight’s “Search & Social Survey (2011-2012),” a global survey of 500 people that sought out information about user experiences and behaviors, reveals that many people around the world conduct online searches in more than one language. 76% of the study’s participants claimed that they search for information on the internet in two …

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Online Dating Characteristics [Infographic]

Online dating is not an unheard-of term anymore, but is very commonplace now in today’s society. I am sure you know of at least one couple that met on the internet, or is in a long-distance relationship and uses the internet to help their relationship succeed. I remember when I was back in high school, I knew of an older …

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Google+ Discourages Innovation For Employees

I don’t know what to think about this story, according to ex-Google engineer James Whittaker, Google+ was the nail in the coffin for the climate for innovation and creativity at the technology giant. Their competition with Facebook to be the number one social networking platform became the driving priority at Google and that stifled creativity in a major way. The …

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