Have you ever met someone and didn’t know quite what to say? In a series of quirky and humorous greeting cards, Emily McDowell tells that special someone or friend exactly what she’s thinking. Her Awkward Cards collection is sure to make you laugh (and blush a bit). McDowell described her offbeat artwork with My Modern… Continue reading 8 Awkward Yet Amusing Greeting Cards
Do you have any hobbies you really love? A new South Korean-based social network called Vingle wants to help you connect and converse with people who have similar passions across the globe no matter what languages they speak! The site boasts over 2,000 interests that users can create and follow via a collections tool. Popular… Continue reading What Is Vingle?
Google Now cards have been available for desktop users since January, but until now only people using Chrome Canary have been able to take advantage of them. Starting this week, however, Google is making Google Now notifications available for users of all versions of Chrome on Chrome OS, Mac OS and Windows. This means that… Continue reading Google Now Cards Available for Regular Desktop Chrome Users
You know what the problem is with article links on Facebook? They aren’t photos, meaning they can’t compete with the engagement rates photos see on Facebook. First of all, article links take up less space in the News Feed, which makes them less engaging, and, since your Feed is mostly comprised of photo posts, article… Continue reading Facebook Experiments With Large Image Previews for Links Shared by Pages