Wednesday , October 16 2019
Breaking News
Home / Tag Archives: Scott Kleinberg (page 3)

Tag Archives: Scott Kleinberg

Rolling Stone Boston bombing cover: What I learned today

Why would the editors of Rolling Stone devote a cover to Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev? Who knows. They probably thought they had a really interesting story that would certainly turn some heads, but they probably weren’t expecting a full-scale revolt online and on social media. I wrote earlier …

Read More »

Twinkies are back? I’m shocked! (not)

twinkies-scott-kleinberg.jpg

When Twinkies were about to disappear last fall, we saw people taking off work to stand in line to get some of the last ones. We saw people paying in excess of $100 for a single Twinkie on eBay. It was not only the end of an era, it was …

Read More »

Stop sharing that Facebook “graph app” thing going around – it’s wrong

It was wrong in 2011 when it first made the rounds. It’s still wrong today. I’m talking about this silly thing that everyone is posting as a Facebook status update: “You may not know that Facebook has changed its privacy configuration once again. Thanks to the new “Graphic app”, any …

Read More »

How I use social media at work: Engaging with photos

If you follow me on social media – and I sure hope you do – you know that I love photos. Whether it’s photos of buildings or cocktails or food or people, I can’t get enough. My website is a reflection of the importance of big images and color. I’ve …

Read More »

Facebook followers: It can be good when numbers go down

When Facebook first launched subscribe, which allows people to follow my public updates without being my friend, I was very interested and an early adopter. It’s great that I can keep my friends and family separate from everything else with just a simple click. Over time, my subscriber count grew. …

Read More »

If your Facebook is making noise …

Birds chirp. Your Facebook should not. So here’s where to look in case you can’t stand the noise. Big h/t to Kate Gardiner for posting about this and making me aware.

Read More »

I’ve got a social media style all my own

I was inspired to write this post after interacting with a Facebook post by The Huffington Post’s Craig Kanalley. In it, Kanalley talks about a study that finds oversharing about your personal life on social media hurts romantic relationships. While that was interesting, it wasn’t what caught my eye. It was …

Read More »

Social media tip: Clear your Facebook search

Great tip from Nathanael Shermett, who posted it in my Google+ Social Media Community. The Facebook searches you make are not public by default, but Facebook is recording them and can certainly utilize them for ads and the like. You can’t turn off the search recording, but you can clear …

Read More »