Posts tagged irony
Posts tagged irony
Behold, the anatomy of Twitter.
College basketball is officially underway to start the 2012-13 season! Sports Illustrated featured Indiana University’s Cody Zeller on the College Basketball Preview Issue. Zeller is the press-season player of the year with his Hoosiers being the pre-season favorite as the number-one ranked team in the U.S. “Best team, best player, best pants.”
Congrats to the 2012 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants and west coast Illustrator John Sherlock Hersey. “Dia de los Gigantes is not necessarily about baseball,” Hersey said, “It’s an image that says ‘I’m a San Franciscan, and I like Latino culture.’ It’s also got a psychedelic element; its eyes look kinda stoney.”
i need this.
Forget the flames on the side of the car; check out this paint job! “I’d Rather Be Surfing”
A new restaurant in New York City includes Instagram on the menu. Check out Latin American cuisine at Comodo, and search #COMODOMENU on Instagram for all the tasty images.
The new app Magic Moments is taking your digital pictures and turning them into…well almost what ever you want. Take a picture with your phone and have it printed onto a T-shirt, mug, shot glass or any of the their 18 products.
Magic Moments (Not to be confused with the vodka) is taking the instant photo phenomena and introducing it to e commerce.
The app is part of the first ever mobile social media marketplace and you can have your newly designed products sold in the Magic Moments social media community. When a product sells, the creator makes (ONLY!) 5% of the sale. What do you think of this?
OK that is officially the coolest Foursquare check-in ever, edging past NASA’s Space Station check-ins. Next question: Does Mars have any good bars or restaurants Curiosity can snag check-in discounts at? -Stacy
A new poll shows that social media continues to make incursions into the news business. Americans under 30 are now as likely to consider social media their primary source of news as they are television. Pole respondents were asked about recent news consumption. Only 13% had read a newspaper, including digital editions, in the last 24 hours.
Twitter was studied independently of other social media sites. Only 11% of Americans use the site, but the majority of users do consider it a primary news source and were likely to re-tweet news related content.
Take a look at the original reporting here.