Well there is no doubt about the fact that Miley Cyrus is as far from her erstwhile Disney image as she can possibly be. While other Disney start like Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez are still finding it hard to break away from their good girl image, Miley Cyrus was able to do that quickly and with a bang. Anybody who is able to use the Internet, has heard of or seen the buzz around Miley Cyrus’ new haircut – where she chops of her brown locks in favour of an edgy short blond look. Apart from that, her overly sexual appearances in music videos of other artists and in the videos of her own songs have created controversy.
One of the most popular features on Twitter – the hashtag, is now on Facebook. Although Facebook and Twitter are bitter rivals, it hasn’t stopped Facebook from capitalizing on the popularity of the hashtag. Facebook is not the only website to adopt the hashtag. A few months back, popular image sharing website – Pinterest, made the hashtag official on its website. Now Pinterest users can use hashtags to categorize and optimize their pins or images better on the website. Hashtags also allow people to find images much more efficiently on Pinterest.
As an online writer, you expect to write and publish your article and receive praise, accolades and lots of shares in a jiffy. However, this happens very rarely and you probably spiral into depression when you see that no one has read, shared or commented on your article? Does this mean that you are a bad writer? Is your grasp over language so poor that people are ignoring your articles? The answer to these questions is most probably no. It’s just that you need to structure your articles better.
Pinterest has now made the mobile application version of their website as feature-packed as the desktop version. Pinterest has announced that the latest versions of their mobile apps – Android 1.5 and iOS 2.4 will have numerous new features to make it easier for users to interact with others and to find pins. Some of the new features:
Just a few days ago, Twitter launched its standalone music app – Twitter Music. Although the app is not yet functional, the micro-blogging platform has just inked deals with entertainment giant BBC America to publish exclusive video content from the media company on Twitter. These videos will be of popular series on BBC America and all the videos will be “first-in Tweet branded”. The news of this Twitter and BBC America partnership was announced by BBC America via a tweet on its official Twitter account.
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