Via Newsy, a new study challenges people to turn off Facebook for 99 days to see how it effects their happiness.
Via Newsy, just when I was getting used to the current news feed, the ‘new’ news feed is being called a ‘personalized newspaper,’ but will users make it past the front page?
Privacy? What privacy? This bill is written by a Democrat. While there is no specific right to privacy in the U.S. Constitution, this bill, in my view, at the very least violates the 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Aren’t Democrats supposed to be for civil liberties? Maybe Judge Napolitano was right after all… What the Government is really after is quashing dissent and the first amendment right to free Read More...
And then there were 12 digits. Set to go public on Friday, Facebook aimed for shares of its stock to be priced at $34 to $38 each, sending its IPO to an estimated $104 billion up from $86 billion just two weeks ago. The $104 billion target would make the IPO the highest valued of any American company ever, a source told The Wall Street Journal Monday. The prior range of shares of stock was $28 to $35, the bump-up signifying that investor confidence is on the rise as the IPO date approaches.