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If your definition of "interactive" web video doesn't include much more than clicking off the red annotations that pop up on YouTube videos, Mozilla wants you to...

You've spent a significant amount of time setting up your business's Facebook presence and are feeling pretty good about it. You're finding content to share on a regular...

Bad arts advertising, it’s everywhere once you start to notice it. If Hollywood movies were as bland and formulaic as their posters, there’d be no point in...

When we consider the ways technology is rapidly transforming the media landscape--and our lives--three trends stand out. The first is the seismic shift from presentation...

In early 2011, the CEO of a French IT company issued an usual memorandum. He banned e-mail. Employees were discouraged from sending or receiving internal messages, with...

Admission price increases at some of America’s highest profile museums have made news in major media and online, and that coverage has touched off discussion that...

Every time you invite people to an event, you create a mini social network. Startup ticketing platform Eventbrite aims to help put that physical network to use in online...

I get pitches all the time from PR pros and business owners. Sometimes I find an angle I want to write about and it's the start of an ongoing relationship with a PR...

We always hear of “the-next-greatest-idea” social network that thinks it has what it takes to compete with the likes of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, or...

Facebook's expanding menu of fees has rankled some small-business owners who say they were initially drawn to the social-networking site because it is free to join and has...

Art.sy is predicated on the idea that audiences comfortable with image-driven websites like Tumblr and Pinterest are now primed to spend hours browsing through canvases...

The young are different than you and me. They have more selves. According to a recent European study, in fact, Millennials have a "multifaceted sense of their own...

Instead of going for the billion-user benchmark recently set by social titan Facebook, Google+ is trying to harness emotion, says Google's Vic Gundotra.

Your brain is like a quilt: Experiences are threaded together, and new ideas come from what you already know. Here's how to move the process forward, intentionally.

They’ve turned from the soda-fountain font and charmingly anachronistic billboarding to an open-air, Sharpie-scrawled creation, complete with Wendy herself–...