On Friday, Shanley, Anjuan Simmons, Serious Black, and Qiana Patterson started a nice little hashtag conversation #FBNoExcuses in response to Facebook's diversity report. The report basically said there was little to no change in Facebook's numbers regarding minority employees, BUT instead of admitting their role in the lack of change Facebook decided to use the excuse … Continue reading #FBNoExcuses.. NOW WHAT?
I'm sure I'm like everyone else that woke up confused because Facebook was messing up! If you can't post to Facebook this morning, you're not alone and judging by social media it's down in several other countries. When trying to post a status or even like a post an error message pops up. This isn't just on … Continue reading Facebook Has A Case of the Mondays
via Last week had us all glued to news outlets regarding the Boston Marathon bombings following by the capture and death of the suspects. I used Twitter as my main source of getting information about the situation because I could read people's first hand experiences of the situation and information was spreading quickly. I still … Continue reading Social Media vs Traditional Media: Who’s Winning the Race
I bet stock brokers never thought they would see the day where the market would close sharply higher due to tech companies. Well today tech stocks recorded broad gains across the sector. Major companies like Facebook (FB) and IBM assisted with the market gains. FB shares rose 3.7%, to $27.57 a day after it was reported that … Continue reading Stock Market Soars Today Thanks to Tech Companies
After all the hype and excitement surrounding Facebook's press conference Thursday afternoon (read my prediction post here) it didn't exactly end how many predicted. Almost everyone thought a Facebook phone was debuting, but instead Zuckerberg announced a "family of apps". You're probably asking yourself what does he mean a "family of apps"?! Well the "family … Continue reading Facebook Home: Epic Fail or Saving Grace?