‘A Life on Facebook’ tells the story of a man told through Facebook’s interface. Goes to show how much you can glean from a Facebook profile.
Powerful advertising peice: People Against Racism: Facebook 1939 “After the establisment of the Slovak state on the 14th of March 1939 a lot of people lost lots of friends.” The origin of an independent Slovak state in 1939 was accompanied by racial oppression and later by the deportation of Jews to concentration camps. Print, which [...]
We have recently done some major adding to our Twitter Lists which includes categories such as The Big Apple, Inspirational Quotes, Fashion, Museums & Galleries, Music, Food, Culture and News, Art, Social Media and Tech, Film/TV and Celebs, and last but not least Design (our fattest list so far with over 130 people, magazines and [...]
We have recently added a new feature to the Gilbert Musings website. Chatting! It is easy and quick to sign-up. You will notice it on the bottom right hand side of the site page. You can be chatting (Facebook-style) with me or other site guests in minutes. Discuss art, something we posted, films, books, the [...]
If you’re curious how many people use the internet, or how many emails are sent per day, how many of them are spam and how many tweets are sent, check out this informative short video titled ‘The State of the Internet’ by JESS3 which shows statistics of Internet use across the globe. Included are stats [...]
From Nation Design Studio comes a stamp that everyone can relate to…behold the Facebook ‘I Like‘ Button Stamp. Initially made for internal use, Nation has received so many inquiries on the stamp they are now looking into production for the masses. Now all we need is an Unlike stamp, and Facebook desperately needs an Unlike [...]
NO TWEET SEATS West Yorkshire Playhouse has decided against letting patrons use internet message service Twitter on their mobile phones at the back of the auditorium during some performances.