Prankster Jack Vale used the power of social media to freak people out by making them think he knew personal information about them. [via JackValeFilms]
Data scientist Burr Settles performed a little semantic analysis on difference between geeks and nerds using Twitter data. The full analysis can be found on his website. [Via Burr Settles]
“Welcome to Internet! Porn or regular?” [Via Cracked]
The past year of events according to Twitter tweets! [Via laughingsquid]
Google recently started adding social results to their search results, unfortunately this only contains results from Google. As you might expect competing social networks are not to happy about this. So Facebook, Twitter and...
It’s like there’s an app cold war out there and social features are the nuclear weapons. [Via doghousediaries]
Remember the last binary date of this century? This is what it looked like on Twitter: [Via geekosystem]
In a follow-up to their mood maps, Scott Golder and Michael Macy of Cornell University look at mood cycles during the hours of the day: They found that, on average, people wake up in...