You can't help but notice that she's dating someone new. Now that you have an open window into her life, you can't help but notice her every move. You find yourself evaluating her new boyfriend. You compare yourself to him and imagine his relationship with her.
In case you're in the same boat with me, I gathered up some really interesting Twitter stats that can help you improve the way you reach your followers.
Staring at your dream job posted online and wondering how you can get your resume into the right hands? Look no more. The six steps every LinkedIn user should follow to navigate their way to success.
When it comes to the immigration reform discussion, one may be tempted to treat the cluster of influential Tea Party tweeters as a tempest in a teapot.
Rather than allow myself to be further abused by what seemed like such a nice corporate entity -- it continuously spouted its "Don't Be Evil" motto repeatedly to me even as it's cheated on me again and again -- I'm breaking up with Google
American over-policing involves far more than the widely reported up-armoring of your local precinct. It's also the way police power has entered the DNA of social policy, turning just about every sphere of American life into a police matter.
The key thing here is to monitor and understand what is working in your digital marketing mix.
While it's become obvious that access to mentors increases a girl's chances of making it through college with a computer science degree, we need to do more to get girls interested in pursuing those degrees in the first place.
Simply put, we cannot count on humans always being better than robots at any particular task.
More than managing its resources, a wise city employs data and collaborates with citizens to discern which current courses of action contribute to long-term improvement in the quality of life.
A look at initial PayPal data shows year over year growth and -- we believe -- offers proof that the transformation of giving is clearly underway.
We all know that kids like smartphones. But in some important ways, smartphones are like kids.
The revelations that have come out about the National Security Agency's PRISM program are disturbing. The scale and scope of the collection of information about electronic communications and telephone calls that originate and pass through the United States is truly astounding.
The world is on the cusp of another technological transformation more profound than the IT revolution. Yet the United States is not prepared for potentially virulent consequences of many of the emerging technologies, nor is it well-positioned to take full advantage of the benefits.