Anyone who has served on a jury can probably remember the judge's multiple, repeated warnings not to talk about the trial before a verdict is rendered and accepted by the court -- with anyone (even each other), via any means, at all, ever, period. But apparently in the age of social media these injunctions aren't enough for some jury members, who are left wondering, "If I post something on Facebook about the case, does that count?" ...
One of the early darlings of iPad app development, content aggregator Flipboard, celebrates a second anniversary by touting its 20 million users and high ... Read the whole story
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Andy Warhol's iconic works "32 Campbell's Soup Cans," Campbell Soup is releasing four limited-edition cans of its condensed ... Read the whole story
Nestle Pure Life has launched a new online promotion designed to engage Latina mothers. The campaign, "Puro Orgullo de Mama" (Mom's Pure Pride), is ... Read the whole story
Elaine Chang's latest venture is an online platform called Social Teeth, billed as a sort of Kickstarter for political ads. The San Francisco-based site ... Read the whole story
On July 2, 2004, I penned a Search Insider column for MediaPost that quoted Dr. Seuss and Eminem, followed it up 18 days later ... Read the whole story
One of the earliest merchant adopters of foursquare check-ins, Tasti D-Lite has learned to get beyond harvesting local social behaviors. Surprise your loyal customers, ... Read the whole story