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Mashable! by Seth Fiegerman
Twitter beat earnings and revenue estimates for the first quarter, but users numbers came in at the low end of Wall Street estimates
Blogs as an Alternative Public Sphere: The Role of Blogs, Mainstream Media, and TV in Russia?s Media Ecology
Bruce Etling, Hal Roberts, Robert Faris | April 2014
Applying a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods, we investigate whether Russian blogs represent an alternative public sphere distinct from web-based Russian government information sources and the mainstream media. Based on data collected over a one-year period (December 2010 through December 2011) from thousands of Russian political blogs and other media sources, we compare the cosine similarity of the text from blogs, mainstream media, major TV channels, and official government websites.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced today at its F8 developer conference that users can now use its platform to login to third-party apps anonymously and also toggle granular individual permissions
Pinterest co-founder Evan Sharp is cool, calm and collected. He talks in a softened tone and all of his responses are carefully considered. Pinterest is exactly the same. Since the company launched its visual bookmarking service in 2010, it?s blossomed as an effortless way to capture, organize and share content online. But as the platform has matured, Pinterest has never strayed too far from its original vision. While some startups have tried to shoehorn the latest trends ? private messaging being one of the most prominent ? Pinterest has stuck to its guns, only iterating on its core features.
PayPal today introduced a slight logo redesign for its online and mobile payments service