digithoughts:

Social Media Explained
Source: Three Ships Media via Daring Fireball

digithoughts:

Social Media Explained

Source: Three Ships Media via Daring Fireball

cnet:


Representatives from Change.org hand over signatures to the Apple store manager in San Francisco. In the petitions, people are asking  Apple to “overhaul the way its suppliers treat their workers,” ahead of  the release of its next iPhone, which is expected to come out later this  year.

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cnet:

Representatives from Change.org hand over signatures to the Apple store manager in San Francisco. In the petitions, people are asking Apple to “overhaul the way its suppliers treat their workers,” ahead of the release of its next iPhone, which is expected to come out later this year.

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nevrfail:

Tesla unveils Model X crossover electric car
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www.neverfail.co

nevrfail:

Tesla unveils Model X crossover electric car

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www.neverfail.co

morganmissen:

“The prolific angel investor has rarely met an Internet startup he didn’t like. When it comes to picking the next big thing, there’s a right way and a wrong way. And then there’s the Conway.”
 - FORTUNE, February 2012

morganmissen:

“The prolific angel investor has rarely met an Internet startup he didn’t like. When it comes to picking the next big thing, there’s a right way and a wrong way. And then there’s the Conway.”

 - FORTUNE, February 2012

(Source: mrgn)

thedailyfeed:

Contrary to the claims of your average Match.com ad, finding love online doesn’t mean your relationship will be any better than one formed between two strangers who met at a bar.

Researchers analyzed over 400 studies of online dating sites and published their findings in the February issue of “Psychological Science in the Public Interest.” They dispute that online dating algorithms, touted by sites such as Chemistry.com and eHarmony.com, produce stronger long-term partnerships than simply approaching a cutie across a crowded room.
 “To date, there is no compelling evidence that any online dating matching algorithm actually works,” wrote study author Eli Finkel, an associate professor of social psychology at Northwestern University.

thedailyfeed:

Contrary to the claims of your average Match.com ad, finding love online doesn’t mean your relationship will be any better than one formed between two strangers who met at a bar.

Researchers analyzed over 400 studies of online dating sites and published their findings in the February issue of “Psychological Science in the Public Interest.” They dispute that online dating algorithms, touted by sites such as Chemistry.com and eHarmony.com, produce stronger long-term partnerships than simply approaching a cutie across a crowded room.

 “To date, there is no compelling evidence that any online dating matching algorithm actually works,” wrote study author Eli Finkel, an associate professor of social psychology at Northwestern University.

(via thedailyfeed)

thisistheverge:

German agency recommends Chrome to keep PC users safe | The Verge
Germany’s Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) has released its best practice recommendations for PC users, and those of you in-tune with the browser wars will be interested to hear that the agency chose Chrome as the safest option. 

thisistheverge:

German agency recommends Chrome to keep PC users safe | The Verge

Germany’s Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) has released its best practice recommendations for PC users, and those of you in-tune with the browser wars will be interested to hear that the agency chose Chrome as the safest option. 

(Source: thisistheverge)

thisistheverge:

Looks like we’d get years of use out of it.

thisistheverge:

Looks like we’d get years of use out of it.

juarezandsilva:

Hand-made cardboard model by Dan McPharlin.

juarezandsilva:

Hand-made cardboard model by Dan McPharlin.

(via thisistheverge)