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If an offer seems too good to be true, it probably is. One thing that constantly amazes me is how many intelligent people fall for seemingly obvious social media scams. The latest too-good-to-be-true offer is by “Delta Air.” The scam states: We’re giving you the chance to win Airline Tickets for up to 5 people […] [Read More]
The social mediaverse has exploded with concern over SoBe beverage manufacturers after an unknown number of caps surfaced with apparent pleas for help. In a marketing initiative the company printed “HELP ME TRAPPED IN SOBE FACTORY” on the bottom of countless bottles. It’s important to note that the PepsiCo-owned company has included off-beat messages under its […] [Read More]
The users of Reddit are rebelling, taking down many of the site’s most popular subreddits — including /r/IAmA, /r/AskReddit, /r/documentaries, /r/gaming, /r/history and /r/movies. A message posted to the /r/documentaries subreddit offers insight: We have decided to join several other subreddits in going dark to protest the lack of communication between the reddit admins and the volunteers […] [Read More]
Last year, Apple made $182,795,000,000 — an impressive sum. However, let’s look deeper. Of that, money: $2,286,000,000 came from iPod sales $6,093,000,000 came from the sale of accessories $18,063,000,000 came from iTunes and software sales $24,079,000,000 came from Mac sales $30,283,000,000 came from iPad sales $101,991,000,000 came from iPhone sales To put things in perspective: Wal-Mart […] [Read More]