Mad Scientists Get Molecular With TV's 'Future Food'

Sometimes called "Molecular Gastronomy," "Post Modern Cuisine" or "Culinology", proponents of this type of meal preparation deconstruct food and put it back together -- or masterfully transform never-considered-edible product found in nature into haute cuisine fare.

Try Gink, Diaspora or Sharepoint When Facebook Just Isn't Private Enough (10 Alternatives)

In just a few short weeks, more digital ink has been spilled over the distrust Facebook has engendered with its 400 million users than probably all the critiques ever written about the Bible. So why aren't people leaving the network in droves?

How Could I Quit You, Facebook? You Had Me At "Dumb F*ck"

With Facebook’s desire to outGoogle Google, its recent privacy issue infractions, phishing scams, exodus rumors, senatorial probes and the controversy surrounding instant personalization and advertising as its ulterior motive, the network appears to be on a downhill spiral. Today, however the last log might have been thrown on that fire!

If Atlas Shrugged, Will Facebook Buckle?

It's often been said that "karma is a bitch" and "what goes around comes around." In Mark Zuckerberg's case, karma is not only a bitch, she's "hell on wheels" and this go-around, she's leaving a maelstrom of controversy in her wake. For a man who's only lived 26 short years, he's scaled heights in one lifetime many of us could only dream about. That is... if we didn't have to incur a subsequent fall - which also looks karmically imminent.

NBC & Turn Fans Into Social Media Brand Advocates

What better way to spread the word about a brand or TV show then with the help of loyal fans? TV networks, Hotels, Airlines and Restaurants are finding new ways to improve CRM with loyalty campaigns and social media programs that convert TV fans, hotel guests, airline passengers, restaurant patrons and followers into brand advocates.   

Foursquare App Gallery Signs 500 APIs Becoming Leader In LBS Space

Back in November the first sign that Foursquare was growing up and wearing big boy clothes was news about its "early adopter APIs." Apps like MobZombies, FourTapOyster, Layar and LastNightsCheckin were the first to queue up for the popular location-based social network. On May 12, Foursquare took a page out of the Apple iPhone App Store's playbook, and launched an aggregation of third-party applications built on top its core service aptly named, the App Gallery.

Social Media Comes In For A Landing At Airports

Over the last couple of years, JetBlue has been lauded for their social media prowess. Others like the infamous "United Breaks Guitars" customer service debacle, not so much. Southwest Airlines, long commended for their creative promotions on Twitter, just recently caught the ire of movie director Kevin Smith on the same microblogging platform. Airports on the other hand have not till recently tested the social media waters.

Facebook's Gone Phishing Today With PayPal, eBay & HSBC

In case, you were trying to get through to Mark Zuckerberg today at Facebook, he's taking the day off to go 'phishing.' As if the the major social network in the land didn't have enough problems attending to their 'privacy' issue controversy - they are now saddled with the prestigious honor of ranking 4th in Kaspersky Lab's "Most Popular Phishing Targets" for the first quarter of 2010. 

Facebook Exodus - Let My People Go!

Curious if Mark Zuckerberg and his top-ranked consigliores actually strategized in advance of launching their Open Graph, as to how they would handle a potential backlash from their user-base? Did the thought even cross their minds as to the possible discontent that could be created in the Blogosphere? Was there a game plan in place to address political criticism from Senators and the Federal Trade Commission?

Tagwhat, You're It! Augmented Reality Is Future Of Location-Based Social Networks

As predicted, location-based social networks are taking off, especially now that one of the big boys has entered the schoolyard.  Facebook will definitely change up the game as news of improved functionality and acquisitions becomes commonplace. While badges, games and mayoral-ships might be popular today, augmented reality is what's going to truly allow players to become successful in this space...

Qualman's Social Media Revolution (Refresh) Updates Stats For 2010

Last year, Erik Qualman impressed us with his research and video titled, "Social Media Revolution." While some social media critics disputed some of the stats Qualman used to quantify his research, if even only 50% of the statistics listed in this year's follow-up video, "Social Media Revolution 2 (Refresh)" weren't totally accurate, it's staggering the inroads social media has made in just one year.

Blippy & Swipely Push The Boundaries Of Social Networking Privacy

With Google Buzz and now Facebook's Open Graph attempting to redefine 'privacy' in the 21st Century, along comes services that are attempting to make your everyday credit card purchases social.

Twitter Followers Wiped Out! Was It Something I Said?

Perplexed, Bewildered? With Twitter reaching an all-time high milestone of 105 million users, all member of the Twitterati are beside themselves trying to figure out why their followers picked up and left. Presently the microblogging platform is showing no individual followers for anyone? While it takes some of us in Twitterville months to accumulate hundreds of followers, it only took one little bug to wipe all of our slates clean.

Impulsive Flyers - JetBlue Special -$10 Seat Sale For Last-Minute Trips

JetBlue, one of the airlines that has been the most successful social media player is using traditional media channels to publicize its last-minute specials to 50 of its domestic destinations this Tuesday and Wednesday (May 11 through May 12).

If Cost Per Check-In Was A Reality, Foursquare Would Be $40 Million Richer

Cost per impression advertising has been around since the days of Mad Men. The Internet Age ushered in banner ads and pop-ups. Google first introduced us to cost per click-throughs. However in the world of advertising, consumers bore easily with the various forms of push and pull advertising they are barraged with every day, particularly on the Internet where it's difficult to escape it.