As a 90’s kid, I learned about social media in my preteens. It’s fascinating to see young kids becoming so familiar with technology at a younger age (I swear my two-year-old nephew is better at using an iPhone than I
If you’re active on social media, chances are you’ve been inundated with photos of people aged about 30 years. Thanks to a photo-editing service called FaceApp that has recently gone viral (though it originally launched in 2017), you can see
“Did you just take a picture of your dinner?” my cousin asked me last Friday night as we sat at one of my favorite Italian spots with an aesthetically pleasing plate of pasta sitting in front of me. “Yes,” I
I will be the first to admit that I am awful at responding to text messages. I am one of the guilty parties who sees a message, thinks of a response in my head, and then forgets to actually send
Facebook has upped the game for both marketers and consumers by releasing new augmented reality advertisements. If you’re familiar with Snapchat and its many interactive face-filters, you will recognize the same technology being used in your Facebook News Feed.
Ello. Peach. Vine. Yo. These are just a few of the social media platforms that have cropped up over the years, gotten some hype and attention, but then faded away. Will new social app Vero follow that same trajectory?
As I'm sure you’ve noticed by now, Snapchat recently updated its app with some pretty dramatic changes and people are pissed. So pissed in fact, that more than 1.2 million people came together to sign a petition encouraging Snapchat to
They say there are tall ships and small ships but the best ships are friendships internships. As a summer 2017 marlo intern, I’m a big supporter of this (amended) statement. Ten weeks ago, I walked into 38 Chauncy the image
I admit to not really knowing anything about the celebrity Bella Thorne. I’ve heard her (almost too cool to be real) name thrown around and would recognize a photo, but beyond that, no clue what she acts in and/or sings. What
I love social media. Instagram? Obviously. Facebook? Of course. Snapchat? I dabble. Twitter? Yeah, no. That’s where I draw my line. I recognize that Twitter was such a force in the social media world at one point, but now, outside