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Twitter shares its roadmap to curb abuse

Twitter prides itself on being “what’s happening,” but unfortunately for the company’s users, what’s frequently happening is unchecked harassment. CEO Jack Dorsey apparently has plans to change all that, and today put forth a roadmap for curbing abuse on the social media platform.  In an Oct. 19 post, the Twitter Safety team published a detailed[…]

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Ariana Grande shares heartbreaking message on social media after tragic concert

The pain was apparent in Ariana Grande’s words early Tuesday morning.  Only a few hours after an explosion rocked her concert in Manchester, England, Grande reached out to fans with a heartfelt message on Twitter.  Here’s her tweet, sent out just before 4 a.m. local time in Manchester: brokenfrom the bottom of my heart, i[…]

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Kickstarter hits 100,000 funded projects, shares 100 astonishing facts

Kickstarter has reached a big milestone: 100,000 projects were successfully funded through the crowdfunding platform.  To celebrate the occasion, the company shared 100 fascinating tidbits about its history.  SEE ALSO: This Kickstarter is ushering in a new era of beer pong with hexagonal cups For example, it took 121 days for the first 100 projects[…]

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The Today Show’s Willie Geist Shares His Not-So-Guilty Viewing Pleasures

Specs Age 40 Claim to fame Co-host of the third hour of NBC's Today and co-host of MSNBC's Morning Joe Base New York Twitter @WillieGeist Adweek: What's the first information you consume in the morning? Willie Geist: The first information when I wake up at 4 a.m. is an email from our producers that summarizes[…]

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Facebook’s new app shares photos with only those you want to see them

Facebook users share hundreds of millions of photos every day — more than 350 million, by the social network’s last count. But for every selfie, Instagram and vacation photo you share, chances are that dozens of photos never make it off your phone. Facebook now has an app for those photos, called Moments The app,[…]