In honor of our technologically-inept moms and dads, we've curated the best of the sometimes cringeworthy, sometimes LOL-worthy all-time best tech fails between parents and their kids. Some things are just better left unsaid … or at least over social media.
Jada Pinkett Smith shares a personal story in support of teen rape victim, Jada whose rape went viral on social media.
America's legal system is here to protect the helpless victims of photo-uploading abuse with the new "Social Media Prenup." In other words, a legal clause protecting each spouse in the marriage can be inserted into a couple's prenup, stating that there could be no embarrassing, unflattering, or unwanted pictures of any sort on any form of social media.
We've all done it without even thinking about it. Adding a complete stranger as a Facebook friend has become a commonplace practice, and has even lead to some people starting a new relationship. But even as social media sites increase their privacy and "safety" settings, the danger continues to ramp up. Such is the case with Chicago-area twins Tyrelle and Myrelle Lockett.
If you think that the guy you're seeing isn't paying attention to your TMI status updates, or extremely frequent foursquare check-ins, think again. Read on to find out what these 8 men had to say about the Facebook dealbreakers that caused them to log off.
Poet and director Gary Turk recently wrote a poem and created a beautiful video to accompany it, and it is blowing up the internet. It carries a simple, yet powerful message, one that will reach even the most passionate social media users. Turk urges us as a society to put down our phones, get off social media, and rediscover what it is to live and love.
We're still not quite sure what Mark Zuckerberg was trying to achieve when he added the "poke" option to Facebook, but as it turns out, there are many other ways to be creepy on this platform without using it. Read on to find out what these 10 women had to say about the likes, status updates and messages that led them to unfriend a potential love interest.
A new study reveals that social media may be responsible for increasing dissatisfaction in relationships. Relationship coach Lesli Doares addresses whether social media is the cause or the result of bad relationships.
The idea behind TheLoveRadar.com is to bring awareness to people of the power of love. Many times love’s energy has been overshadowed by hate and this has intensified since the introduction of the Internet. Technology, as great as it is, has introduced new ways to spread hate. The Love Radar was constructed to make people aware that online content, tweets and social media sharing have an impact on the overall well-being of people around us.
The best ways to meet someone to date are simple, easy and results driven. We tested the formula to save you from wasting time, energy and resources while trying to find someone to date. Want to get intentional about how to find someone to date instead of just leaving it up to chance? Keep reading. Three Step Formula for How to Find Someone to Date Step One: Make Your Online Presence Do The Work
If there is one thing to be learned from all of those wedding reality shows is that people go crazy with their money for weddings — so there is definitely a market for wedding social media services. Still a skeptic? Find all the answers to your questions about this service from Alyssa Kiefer, the Global Social Media Strategist for W Hotels below!
A study from a project called Selfiecity, backed by the City University of New York, California Institute of Telecommunication and Information, shows that selfies are more popular with women under 40 and men over 40. As our faces and our bodies and our self-esteem changes, so does what we learn from taking this very up close and personal photos of ourselves.
As a mother and a woman, I have found a reoccurring theme among women that is sadly disappointing me. With the prevalence of social media, it would seem that some women have lost all of their senses, self dignity, and commence to becoming “models” on the internet. When I refer to models, many normal pictures I do not have a problem with, provided that you have clothes on and appear respectable. What I am referring to is women appearing spread eagle on Instagram so that you can see so far up their vag, that their cervix is showing. Now this may offend
New dating sites, like Glimpse, Twine Canvas and Dreamcliq, are mimicking Pinterest and Instagram with image-based profiles. Should we be surprised, or more importantly, upset, that all these new dating sites and apps are popping up that resemble our most beloved social media sites?
Ever since networking evolved from the MySpace phenomenon back in 2003, Facebook took the top spot two years later, now having pulled in over 1 billion users, making for a plentiful abundance of social media fanatics. What began as a small college site evolved into a soapbox for anyone with something very important or either very useless to share. While the internet allows us our freedom of speech to preach whatever we wish to friends and family around the world, we aren't apt to pausing very long before doing so.