If you’ve ever scrolled through your facebook timeline or twitter feed and thought, “Where are my friends?” the new Kinly app may be for you. Whatever you post goes only to your defined social circle or kin.
Minnesota lawmakers are joining a sudden move to block employers from asking applicants for their passwords to social networking sites. The Associated Press reported earlier this month that some public and private employers were seeking the passwords as a way to find out more information about their applicants.
Have you pinned today? Pinterest lovers know what we’re talking about. The social sharing website is a hit, especially among women.
Didn’t get the job you really wanted and worked hard to get? You might be able to blame it on your social network score.
From the first log-on in the morning to the last status update check at night, everyone seems to be complaining about Facebook.
Are teenagers who spend time on social networking web sites more likely to smoke, drink alcohol and use drugs? A recent Columbia University survey suggests it’s true.
A recent study shows workplace distractions cost the average large white-collar company more than $10 million per year.
Facebook, MySpace and Twitter — most of us are on at least one. In fact, social networking has become such a part of our lives that there was even a movie made about it. Now, several new studies suggest that sites that are supposed to keep you connected, can actually leave you feeling depressed.
John (in for Michele) talked to the creators of a new social networking site called “MrJockey.com”…