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Before I signed off last post, I promised I would elaborate on the payoffs I received by using my bridge.
On January 17th of this year I worked about an hour-and-a-half on my bridge tweets . I posted twenty-two "thank-you-for-following" bridges, where I included the names of about 65—give or take a few—of my followers, three or four at a time, as recipients.
Gov. Brian Sandoval (R) signed legislation that legalized online gambling inside the state of Nevada -- a move that could signal a potential goldmine for developers of social casino games.
Both houses of the Nevada legislature passed the bill as an emergency measure so the could lay claim to being the first in the nation to sign such a bill into law -- ahead of New Jersey.
A security breach at cloud-based customer support vendor Zendesk has exposed personal information including email addresses of Twitter, Pinterest, and Tumblr users, the company said today in a blog post.
We’ve become aware that a hacker accessed our system this week. As soon as we learned of the attack, we patched the vulnerability and closed the access that the hacker had.
The biggest way to lose influence and followers is by senseless linking/syncing apps & allowing them to show up in feeds. Keep in mind, checking in on foursquare every 10 minutes & pushing it to WordPress doesn’t make you a blogger. It’s also very inconsiderate. Save it for Twitter or Facebook where it makes more sense.
I can think of several others .. make sure to actually check your pressed blogs every once in awhile, I have no doubt several folks will be mortified.
A man who visited Las Vegas' Heart Attack Grill every single day has died of a heart attack.
John Alleman, 52, dined at the eatery, which has a hospital theme and whose Quadruple Bypass Burger contains 9,982 calories, so often that he became its unofficial spokesman, reports the Las Vegas Sun.
He would stand outside the restaurant dressed in a hospital gown -- calling himself “Patient John” -- and try to entice passersby inside.
The After-Party Is Always Better: In this case it was the Republican response to the State of the Union, delivered by Sen. Marco Rubio immediately after Obama's address. And instead of vodka shots, we got the now-viral water lunge! At least Rubio can laugh at himself. (BuzzFeed)
The Big Questions: WAIT, was Rubio's Poland Spring bottle past its expiration date?
Twitter surprised some folks when it acquired a mobile analytics firm called Crashlytics, but it's clear that Twitter has an idea of what it would like to do with the firm. Step one since acquiring the company is opening up all of its enterprise features to developers for free, with no limits.
Here's what the company posted on its developer blog…
Azimo, the UK-based social money transfer service aiming to disrupt an industry dominated by legacy players Western Union and Moneygram, is rolling out integration with Facebook to make it easy for users of the uber-social network to send money to one another. A first for the remittance industry, claims the company, with perhaps PayPal-to-PayPal transfers coming closest.
Using Azimo to send money via Facebook works as follows: The sender invites their intended recipient to sign up to Azimo via an automatically sent Facebook message.