Twitter is testing a status feature that’s taking us back to MySpace

Facebook is trying to be TikTok, but now, Twitter is bringing us back a little bit of Facebook (or LiveJournal or Myspace). Some users are reporting that they can now post Twitter statuses, which lets

Mass media vs. social media

In the waning years of the last millennium, at my university, one of the cause célèbres of the progressive left was a concept known as “Manufacturing Consent,” the title of a book and fi

Facebook is pivoting

“The future is private,” said Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook’s roadmap, after conceding “we don’t exactly have the strongest reputation on privacy right now, to put it lightly.&

Under Ex-Googler CEO, LiveJournal Gets A Revamp, Promises New Services, Apps And More In 2014

LiveJournal wants to matter again, and is making a number of changes over the course of 2014 which the company hopes will make it a more relevant social networking destination, starting with a major r

Can Anything Stop The Facebook Juggernaut?

<img src=""/> So. Facebook. <a href="">$35 billion valuation</a>; <a

LiveJournal Users Can Now Make Money With Google AdSense, If They Pay Up First

<img src="" width="215" height="67" />It's notoriously hard for bloggers with a limited audience to monetize the traffic gene

Twitter Outage Moves Into Day 2

<img src="" width="215" height="149" /> Twitter, Facebook and LiveJournal spent yesterday battling a <a href="https://techcrunch

Six Apart Sells LiveJournal To Russia's SUP

Six Apart has sold its hosting blogging platform LiveJournal, which it acquired in January 2005, to Moscow-headquarted SUP (pronounced “soup”), the company said this evening. Terms of the

LiveJournal pushes ad sponsored communities, features

LiveJournal just announced that they will soon begin offering sponsored communities with benefits to participating users and sponsored features provided by companies other than LiveJournal. The SixApa