Never underestimate the power of the internet or its users: it may sound crazy, but the social network Pinterest, aka the place where you can find a cute-sy cashmere sweater and a recipe for caramel fudge brownies, has helped local Pennsylvania police departments catch criminals.
Remember back in 2005 when Myspace was cool? We blogged about our crush from middle school science class, took those "what would you do if..." surveys, and felt honored when we made it into someone's "top friends" box. Those were the days.
Buzz Bishop (not pictured) says he was just being honest when he wrote that his older son is "my favorite of the two." However the daddy blogger's truth-telling hasn't sat well with many of his readers, who have expressed their surprise and outrage that he would put something like that on the internet.
You know it’s a bad day when a judge decides you need to spend some time behind bars because you didn’t delete your Facebook account. Is having a Facebook page now a crime? It seems that if you irk the wrong judge in the state of Kentucky, it just might be.
Recently Kevin Systrom sold his company Instagram to Facebook for one billion dollars. Instagram is a photo sharing app that made it's debut about eighteen months ago. The app now boasts over thirty million users and until it was sold to Facebook never really made any money. Systrom has become an instant billionaire almost over night. While the complete details of the sell are unknown as far as the exact cash amount with stock options. One thing's for sure Kevin Systrom is now a very, very wealthy man.
After Whitney Houston’s untimely death on the eve of the Grammys, the Sunday night awards show saw a 50 percent increase in viewership, but that didn’t stop Oprah Winfrey from trying to poach some of those eyeballs — and it’s gotten her into a lot of hot water with ratings powerhouse Nielsen.
Ever since he filmed himself shooting his daughter’s laptop with a .45 handgun, opinions have been sharply divided over Tommy Jordan’s brand of extreme parenting. In fact, someone who disagrees with his methods called police to his North Carolina home. But instead of arresting him, cops offered their thanks.
In Oregon last week, a 14-year-old boy driving a stolen passenger van lost control and slammed into a SUV, critically injuring the other driver. The teen fled the scene but was caught the next day after — get this — boasting about his escape on Facebook.
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