Deciding which social networking sites to avoid or use can be a challenge. Discovering what privacy settings they have, or don’t have, can be even more cumbersome. Here, we rank eight of the most popular social networking sites according to their privacy and look at some of the most famous security attacks from 2010.
The Facebook IPO, which may come as soon as next spring, is one of the most anticipated IPOs of recent times. In our examination—the first of a series—at the Facebook IPO, we thought it would be worthwhile to see just how they got to where they are today.
Net Worth: Tech’s Wealthiest Founders [Infographic]
In light of the LinkedIn IPO news, we took a snapshot of ten hot tech start-ups, including Facebook and Twitter, among others. Using information available in secondary markets, we ranked the start-ups in order of estimated value. With LinkedIn’s current valuation of $8.16 billion dollars, the 5 LinkedIn founders would rank No. 5, at $274 million each, it seems as though there will be other high-profile IPOs in the near future.
Within a few short years, Twitter has become a mainstay of the social media landscape. Media outlets, businesses large and small, and people around the world are talking about it. But who’s really on the microblogging service? We explore who uses Twitter and how they use it in the infographic below.
Of all the happy little worlds Bob Ross has created on his canvasses, none are as intriguing as his social media landscape series. So strap on your painting afro, get out your titanium white dress shirt, and try your hand at drawing everyone’s favorite social media destinations.
(Click on the infographic ABOVE to explore more of Bob Ross’ social media creations.)