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If all white men were like the ones on stage in SC GOP debates last night, you wouldn’t speak to one white man in the USA!

— Andre Leon Talley’s response to the GOP debate via Twitter.


Flowchart to decide if you should share that pic of your privates

This seems obvious, but apparently there are people who are unsure of what to do with Twitter and social norms. Now you know. Thanks, Good Magazine for your clear guide.


Autumn/Winter 2011 – The Season That Was


Chrysler’s New, Refreshingly Honest Brand Voice on Twitter.

(via dailybunch)


Cole apologized for this violation of Twitter etiquette and good taste, but not before he’d garnered a scathing parody Twitter account, @kennethcolepr. It follows in the footsteps of the legendary @BPglobalPR, the fake Twitter account that skewered BP during the 2010 Gulf oil spill. So far, @kennethcolePR has amassed around 6,000 followers in one day of tweeting…

Read More:  Kenneth Cole Exploits Egypt to Hawk Shoes, Inspires Parody Twitter Account

(via villagevoice)


Tweets of the Day: Poor form, Kenneth Cole. Poor form.


What do pizza delivery guys and gynecologists have in common? They both can sniff it but they can’t eat it.

Bryanboy via Twitter

"History has proven that black people are the future," says Baratunde Thurston, web and politics editor for The Onion. And the future is technology and social media. “Twitter’s culture is black” continues Thurston and his comment is an actual fact.The latest report by Pew Internet and American Life Project reveals that blacks make up the majority of subscribers to Twitter while Latinos and whites follow. I guess this takes black power to a whole new level.

Watch the video to learn more.

You think you’re safe on Facebook? Think again.

My mother has always told me to be careful with whom to trust as a true friend “because everybody is not your friend,” she would continue.

In this new age of social media, where every bit of your life is documented online for all to see, that little piece of advice from my mother is probably a little more handy now than ever before.

Trust goes an even longer distance in the digital age.

Catherine Smith and Bianca Bosker for The Huffington Post found thirteen things you should NOT be telling your “friends” on Facebook (and I know my mother agrees):

1.) Your birth date and place.

2.) Your mother’s maiden name.

3.) Your home address.

4.) Your long trips away from home.

5.) Your short trips away from home.

6.) Your inappropriate photos.

7.) Confessionals (about work or anything that can literally get you into trouble in the long run).

8.) Your phone number.

9.) Your vacation countdown.

10.) Your child’s name.

11.) Your ‘risky’ behavior (that can draw attention from insurance companies).

12.) The layout of your home.

13.) Your profile on ‘public search’.

Many people don’t believe in protecting their information on Facebook (Foursquare, Twitter, etc). But if you log-on to 123people.com, you will second guess which information you will ever release online again.

After seeing what the coal miner’s mistress looks like, it has given me hope that I still might find a man!

Joan Rivers via Twitter.

Jared Leto, Real Men Wear Skirts

"…pull down your panties and Saran Wrap your monitor, because Jared has dropped his peroxide gun and raised a white flag in the form of this picture he Tweeted yesterday. VICTORY IS OURS! That ab gutter needs filling (I’ll leave it at that) and when his peen takes a break you can hump on one of those arm veins.” - Michael K. for DListed.com

I couldn’t have said it any better!

Stella Who?

"The movie “The Social Network,” about Facebook, captures the reality of tech life for many Web entrepreneurs." - Jenna Wortham

Photo: Merrick Morton/Columbia Pictures (Andrew Garfield as Eduardo Saverin in “The Social Network.”)

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