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Above & Beyond’s “Group Therapy” Is An Invitation to Being Social

barryrooke   July 3, 2013

Late last year, the super trance trio of Above & Beyond announced their radio show Trance Around the World was coming to an end.   The result was panic across the digital world about why they would quit.  Were they breaking up?  Were they going to become dubstep producers? What would people do on Friday afternoon while they were suppose… Read more »

Red Bull is Giving Social Media Marketing Wings

aryanaheit   July 3, 2013

Today’s business world has become so competitive that even the largest and most recognized corporations are fueling their marketing departments in hopes of maintaining a prominent image in the forefront of the economy and expanding their following. Social media marketing has become one of the main focuses and driving forces of companies that currently have successful marketing plans. Red Bull is… Read more »

Going Mobile – The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

obmolap   March 28, 2013

Not so many years ago my daily work routine consisted of turning on my computer, doing some project work, checking email, making calls, getting out into the world and networking the old fashioned way. Face to face. Fast forward to present day and my work day starts the minute I wake up.  A quick glance at the calendar and email… Read more »

The Future of Social Media: Predicting trending Twitter topics with 95% Accuracy

taracb   November 18, 2012

Devavrat Shah, a MIT professor in the electrical engineering and computer sciences department, and Stanislav Nikolov, a graduate MIT student have created an algorithm for Twitter that is able to predict trending topics before Twitter is able to with 95% accuracy and up to 5 hours earlier. The algorithm sifts through a large sample of tweets, popular trending ones and… Read more »