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How Facebook Used Psychology To Design More Emotional Emoticons

With the help of a psychology professor and a Pixar illustrator, Facebook is trying to make our messages a little more emotional. Surprise Matt Jones / Facebook In 1872, Charles Darwin published The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals, a book that cataloged emotional expressions in humans and their link to the animal world.

Google+ amplifies mobile reach: how in-site reccommendations will affect the reader - SlashGear

Google is continuing its push for more Google+ features, and today it has announced a new addition for mobile users to take advantage of. Essentially, the new

Bing Improves Its People Search With Autosuggest

Bing recently introduced its updated people search feature and today, Microsoft is adding a few improvements to its people search that will make it even easier to find information about celebrities, politicians, athletes and many people with a public LinkedIn profiles. Bing's search box now autosuggests names as you type.

Schemes Schedules Texts, Emails, Tweets and Facebook Posts

Android: We've seen SMS schedulers before, but Schemes takes things three steps further by allowing you to send scheduled tweets, Facebook posts, and emails (via Gmail) as well.

Your Brain Catches Grammar Errors Even When You Don't Realize It

The brain does all kinds of amazing things while you're not paying attention (you know, like regularly remind you to breathe). But it's also engaged in less critical but equally interesting tasks, like correcting the grammar of the person sitting across from you at dinner.

For all of the smart people running around the Internet biz, it is sometimes amazing to contemplate how absolutely stupid we all are. That's quite a way to start a column, huh? Maybe you think I'm about to launch into some rant about our penchant to chase Bright Shiny Things, never having learned, from the first thousand things we chased - Friendster, anyone?

How to Reinvent College

Ask a 17-year-old about college and you'll probably hear the word "fit." It's the most pervasive and elusive metaphor of the college search: a quasi-religious, quasi-romantic sense of rightness that descends on students as they tour the manicured lawns of the perfect school, the one that feels, in some mystical way, like a good fit.

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23 Unforgettable Moments From Astronaut Chris Hadfield

International Space Station (ISS) Commander Chris Hadfield has become one of the world's most recognizable astronauts since Neil Armstrong. He has 850,000 twitter followers and his YouTube videos of life in space have millions of views. He, and two other ISS residents, return to Earth on Monday night in the Soyuz capsule.

LinkedIn Bans Users From Promoting Prostitution, Escort Services

LinkedIn is used by professionals of all types, but it looks like prostitutes and escorts will have to find another social network to promote themselves. The social network updated its user agreement terms on Monday, adding an interesting clause, which caught the attention of one of our readers.

Nearly 500 Million Searches A Day Are For Things Google Has Never Heard Of

Supposedly, there is nothing new under the sun. But there are nearly 500 million new things per day being asked of Google that the search engine has never seen before. "Every single day 15 percent of the questions people ask of Google are questions we've never seen before," John Wiley, lead designer for Google Search told Bloomberg TV's Jon Erlichman.

'Arya' Is The Fastest-Growing Baby Name Thanks To 'Game Of Thrones'

HBO/"Game of Thrones" Thanks to a "Game of Thrones" character, the name "Arya" is the fastest-growing name for a baby girl in the U.S. The name shot up 298 spots in rankings between 2011 and 2012, according to The Social Security Administration's annual update of the most popular names, released today.

Why Word of Mouth Works

Back in the '80s, a great series of commercials for Faberge shampoo resonated with a compelling refrain. "I told two friends and they told two friends ..." Here's a sample spot: I thought of that campaign last week when I was visiting Prague. I'd caught a terrible cold, probably in [...]

13 Things That You Can Do To Make Your Child A Genius At Math

Everyone wants their kid to be good at math, right? Math - and the technology, finance, and engineering careers the follow from it - can be lucrative and interesting, but getting a child interested in math isn't easy. Luckily, on Reddit, there's been a string of great discussions about what made devotees interested or skilled at math.

Baby-Boomer Marketers Are Misreading Millennials' Media Behavior

Baby-boomer marketers should be salivating over the 105 million-strong millennial market. Born between 1982 and 2004, millennials make up the first generation that actually outsizes the influential-but-aging boomers. So why are so many senior marketers missing the opportunity -- and their piece of $200 billion in spending power?

Melinda Gates to New Grads: Meaningful Online Connections Are Crucial

Melinda Gates, co-founder of the Gates Foundation, delivered the commencement address to Duke University's 2013 graduating class. A 1986 Duke graduate, Gates centered Sunday's speech around the word "connected," and how technology has revolutionized the way we communicate.

Sell More You by Selling Less You - Millennial CEO | Millennial CEO

What do you sell, Really? Me, me, me...I, I, I... Yes, we get it. You like to talk about yourself. You and everyone else on the planet. Look, the desire to sell yourself is rooted in good intention. Your desire to hit your quota, to earn trust and respect and to be a good provider to family and loved ones.

Facebook Case Study: How Not to Manage Your Social Media - Amy's Baking Company | The Marketing Nut

Amy's Baking Company that participated on the Kitchen Nightmare show provides us an excellent case study in what not to do on Facebook and the social networks.

Want To Make Your Content Go Viral? Take A Lesson From The Fitness Industry

Personal Training Overlooking Melbourne Category:Fitnesstraining Category:Personaltraining (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Want to know the secret to getting six-pack abs in just four days? Marketing. But while the fitness industry is full of get-lean-quick gimmicks and muscle building secrets " they " don't want you to know, there is some genuinely great content out there, from info on more efficient workouts to the latest on metabolism-friendly eating.

Club Monaco Debuts Fall Lookbook on Tumblr

Club Monaco's fall lookbook isn't making its debut in a print catalog or on a press-only site. Instead, the Ralph Lauren-owned fashion brand is releasing its lookbook simultaneously to the public and the media on Tumblr. Club Monaco has cast eight pretty and much-followed Tumblr bloggers to model its men's and women's collections.

Here's How An 8-Year-Old David Foster Wallace Speech Suddenly Became A Viral Video Hit

Last week, in the midst of commencement season, small L.A. video production company The Glossary released a five-minute cinematic interpretation of David Foster Wallace's philosophically resonant 2005 commencement address at Kenyon College. Although the original speech, called "This is Water," made its rounds online via transcripts and audio recordings, only now - 8 years after its delivery and 5 years after Wallace's death - is it going viral.

Manhattan McDonald's Owners Are Charging Customers For Ketchup

You want ketchup with that? If you're dining in Manhattan, it's going to cost you. Many McDonald's franchises in the borough are charging customers extra to drench their Big Macs in the condiment. On recent visits to 35 McDonald's restaurants south of Central Park, a DNAinfo New York reporter found that at least 15 charged customers who asked for extra ketchup.

10 Key Takeaways from HubSpot's 2013 State of Inbound Marketing Report - Powered By Search

10 Key Takeaways from HubSpot's 2013 State of Inbound Marketing Report If you're hungry for fresh stats on inbound marketing, look no further than HubSpot's recently released 2013 State of Inbound Marketing Report.

This wild illusion causes you to see an object in three different ways

There are so many optical illusions that feature an object or picture that can be seen in two different ways. But have you ever seen an illusion that can be interpreted in three different ways? This remarkable illusion is called Three-fold cubes, and it was put together by Guy Wallis and David Lloyd from the University of Queensland, Australia.