Did It for the Vine

Vine (not to be confused with BrainVine!) was a short-lived short-form video hosting platform. It spent a few brief years in the spotlight, generating more memes than any other social media platform. Its 6-second-long looped clips were meant by the platform’s creators...

Reddit: The Internet’s Front Page

Chances are good that you’ve heard of Reddit, even if you’ve never visited it. It calls itself the “front page of the Internet” and indeed, a lot of content that is shared on other social media sites often originates on Reddit. But what is Reddit? A Collection of...

A Myspace of One’s Own

For many Millennials, the first social media networking website they remember is Myspace. In the early 2000s, it seemed like everyone had a Myspace page. From 2005 and 2008, Myspace was the largest social media network, beating out the fledgling Facebook, which was at...

A Grumpier Place

Some days are just grumpier than others. Tardar Sauce, the cat more famously known as Grumpy Cat, became an Internet sensation for her dour expression seven years ago when a photo posted on Reddit by her owners’ brother went viral. Her permanent grumpy expression was...

Facebook, A History

Facebook celebrated its fifteenth anniversary this year. It was officially launched in February of 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg, who’d created the social media platform while studying psychology at Harvard. Before Facebook, he’d already developed several different...

Order Your Food Using Facebook

For fast phase no-time-to-cook people, takeout food is the easiest solution. Ordering should be easy and simple but somehow it’s quite hard. How? First, it's hard to decide what to eat and then how the food and how fast the food delivery is mind-boggling.   Facebook...

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