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Graphic Images in the News: The Boston Marathon Bombing Lesson

April 15, 2013 is a day many of us will never forget, the day of the Boston Marathon Bombings. While many were there to experience the terror most of us can only identify with this terror attack by the images and coverage on our news and social media outlets. 484 more words

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The Boston Marathon Bombing: What We Can Learn

I was part of the ¼ of people who learned about the Boston Bombing from social media. Until recently (I injured cartilage in my knee) I was a very avid runner. 445 more words

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This is how HBO markets the Rapture

For those seeking an emotional lift from their TV shows, a storyline in which 2% of the world’s population has mysteriously disappeared, and those who remain drift through an unending stream of grief, emptiness and questionable sanity might be a turnoff. 625 more words

TMZ Exec Heads to Vegas Viral Content Conglomerate Remark Media

Joshua Fruhlinger, previously head of digital at celebrity news site TMZ, is joining Las Vegas-based media conglomerate Remark Media to run content.

A publicly traded digital media company, Remark is starting to expand — buying up properties like… 236 more words


Getting content viral

I have been working with my team to get one of my brands’ social media content viral. We have been huffing & puffing to achieve that for the past few months, but nothing worked. 151 more words


This Little Girl Can't Handle Her Brother Growing Up

Wrinkles. Awful hangovers. Grey hair. At one point or another we’ve all had to come to grips with aging, but nobody is quite as flabbergasted as this 5-year old who can’t handle the fact that her cute brother won’t stay little (and cute) forever. 58 more words

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Up the Viral Staircase

About fifteen years ago I heard how blogging would change the world of journalism and transform the ways we consume information.

Someday every person would write a blog and traditional news gathering would soon give way to a million beautifully written first-person accounts of every important event and critical issue. 667 more words