Fallout From Sponsored Athlete Tweets?

Earlier this week, we discussed the New Orleans Saints and their sponsored tweets for NOLA.com. Essentially, the idea is to attract more Saints fans to the site, but some are wondering whether or not these kinds of tweets, especially for…

Scott Olsen, Marine Vet Injured During #OccupyOakland, Finds Support Online

Unless your head has been buried deeply in the sand, you are aware of the #Occupy movements going on all over the world. The movement, responsible for the “we are the 99%” mantra, began in New York with #OccupyWallStreet and…

Cool Halloween Stuff From Around the Web

All Hallow’s Eve is quickly upon us, and the denizens of the web are quickly gearing up for their annual dress-up games, evoking memories of video games, movies, memes, and, well, sluts. I’ll deal with the “slut” aspect later on…

SEO, Swayze & More Future Awesomeness

In yesterday’s video round-up we looked at future awesomeness, and today we’re highlighting another future concept video from Microsoft along the same lines. There’s plenty of Google stuff too. Plus a pair of sweet throwback commercials. View more video round-ups…

In The UK, Inciting Riots On Facebook Will Land You Three Years In Jail

If you remember those riots that consumed many parts of England back in August, you probably remember all of the discussion regarding social media’s influence on their spread. At the height of the outbursts, triggered by social unrest, Prime Minister…

Authorship in Google Results to Include Comments, Expanded Circles Features

Google continues to make changes to the authorship element it displays in search results. Yesterday, we reported on Google now letting you set it up by verifying your email address on your Google Profile, though this makes your email address…

SEOs Not Buying Google’s Privacy Motive for Encrypting Search

Google has caused quite a ruckus in the search marketing community after it announced some changes to search. Last week, the search giant said that it would begin encrypting logged-in searches that users do by default, when they are logged into Google.com. This further integration of a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) will prevent search marketers from receiving referral data from the websites consumers click on from Google search results.

Sony Opens Up Hall of Play For PS3 Gamers

If you own a PS3, and haven’t taken in a viewing of the “Michael” ad, then I highly recommend watching the video below. Many are saying it’s one of the greatest commercials Sony has released. The commercial has done so…

New Beavis and Butthead: The Twitter Reaction

On Thursday, the Mike Judge series Beavis and Butthead was revived for a new generation, and they did not fail to deliver on the modern-day cultural references. The guys took shots at Twilight and Jersey Shore, all while discussing music…

Bill Gates: Having Millions Of Dollars Is Good Enough

According to Bill Gates, having an absurd amount of money is not really that different than having a whole lot of money. On Thursday, Bill Gates appeared at the University of Washington to talk to students. He visited the Computer…