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Everyday we see many different brands utilizing user-generated content, and they all know what they’re doing. Users and consumers alike have a lot of influence on their immediate circles because they are real people, posting their real opinions. As opposed to models or actors on commercials, UGC makes a better, more genuine impression. If done […]

We live in interesting times. For tech lovers, this is especially true as the last five years have seen one of the most explosive periods of technological innovation the world has ever seen. Ever since the release of the iPhone in 2007, the tech landscape has changed more dramatically than at any other time since […]

Each year millions of people look forward to the holiday season. Maybe they are looking forward to parties, and family dinners, and quality time with their loved ones. Perhaps they enjoy going to church or synagogue. Could be that they simply enjoy Starbucks’ pumpkin spiced lattes, and candy canes. But if social media tells us […]

I can’t believe it. I can’t believe I’m actually excited about a Microsoft computing product. Sure, the Xbox is awesome, but in personal and mobile computing innovation, they’ve been playing catch-up with Apple. Well, not anymore. Last week, Microsoft made its biggest announcement since the launch of Windows; they’re going back into hardware mode, in […]

Get it together Google. Get it together Samsung, HTC, Sony, LG and everyone else! I am sick and tired of phones that don’t work. How hard can it be? Simply said, I’m a loyal Android user and fanboy of the OS for about two years now. I stood by the OS through thick and thin […]

Passover is one of the most important festivals on the Jewish and Israeli calendars. It celebrates the redemption of the people of Israel from slavery, the giving of the Ten Commandments, and a bunch of other stuff that gets glossed over in school and in movies about the holiday. Last Friday, people around the world […]

Post written by Jonah Balfour Not too long I opened Twitter, well Hootsuite to be precise, to find the following sponsored tweet at the top of my feed. “We screwed up and we’re sorry.” It’s not every day you see a tweet like that, let alone one that a company paid for. Yet, this tweet […]