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Why Millions are Flocking to Parler
Social media platform Parler is becoming one of the fastest-growing alternatives to Facebook and Twitter. In July, after a Twitter exit campaign - dubbed #twexit - it reported 2.8 million registered accounts. After the November 2020 Presidential Election, the network more than doubled its user base.
Parler 101: How to Use the Free-Speech Social Media Platform
So, you're new to Parler. You're not alone. The bulk of active users are new, a good portion of them having entered the world of Parler during the #twexit movement.
No, You Don't Need an Edit Button
It happened again. You quickly ran your fat fingers across the virtual keyboard to write a social media post, gave it a brief review, and tapped SEND. Within minutes you realize you just told the world you were sleeping, instead of speaking, with your boss. Okay, so chances are better you committed a grammar faux pas, like using you're instead of your. To ward off the grammar police, you vie to edit the content.
An Open Letter to My Bestie, Mouse
If anyone could translate this to Dogspeak, I’d be eternally grateful. #woof Dear Mouse: Despite all the belly rubs and carrots, I'm sure I haven't made it clear exactly how much I love you. You're my bestie, and here's why:
How to Minimize Facebook Doomscrolling
Facebook was supposed to be a way to keep in touch with family and friends. Now, it's a one-stop-shop for negativity and happiness-sucking content.
How Fortnite Got Booted From App Stores on Purpose
Epic Games enlisted users as soldiers in its battle against the tech giants... On August 13, 2020, the ultra-popular Fortnite games disappeared from the App Store and Google Play. The reason? Epic Games' violation of both Apple's and Google's Terms of Service (TOS).
The memory forever burned in my mind, Overshadows the rest of the day. A little girl just stirred out of bed, To the living room, she makes her way.
Grab Your TikTok Data Before It's Gone
After pushing ByteDance to sell TikTok's US operations to an American company, President Trump announced late Friday (July 31st, 2020) that he's banning the Chinese-made app.