Twitter took a major step toward integrating video into its platform this January with the “Vine” app, which lets users share short clips right in their Twitter feed. Here’s the lowdown on Twitter’s newest feature.
Look out world, M+E is taking over... okay, not exactly but we have expanded our social reach. It's been a little over a year since I began my position and I've enjoyed finding ways to build a virtual community. One way I've been doing that is good old trial and error. Planners are very busy people and depending on their interest in connectivity, it can be tricky to engage on a daily digital basis. However, we're making ourselves available for whenever you need us!>>
I love spring. The energy to shake up your routine, try new things and welcome the change in weather. I also love how fashion, food and events seem to mirror these changes, making them fun to attend. I've been seeing vibrant linens, menus embracing molecular gastronomy, costume themes inspired by "Game of Thrones" or Steampunk and bright signature cocktails poured from customized sculptures. >>
I have a confession to make, most days you have to peel me away from my phone. I wake up and fall asleep with it by my side and it comes with me everywhere I go. With exception to the times it needs a charge, I have it when I need it and I know I'm not alone. >>
In light of the recent Jeep and Burger King Twitter hacks, my attention has turned to brushing up strategies to keep my accounts safer. Granted, the biggest targets for hacking are large corporations, political figures and celebrities- it's still common for personal and smaller accounts to fall prey. >>
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