By Anna Steely
KitchenAid will be spending the better part of its weekend playing defense following a tasteless tweet about President Barack Obama’s grandmother during Wednesday night’s debate. The rogue tweet was immediately deleted and replaced by an apology, but that didn’t stop Twitter users from weighing in. Mashable has the original tweet, apology and responses.
Getting more likes and comments on your Facebook activity may only cost you $7 now that Facebook is expanding its Promoted Posts feature to people with fewer than 5,000 friends. TechCrunch weighs in on what this means for the future of your News Feed.
NASA’s Curiosity is officially the first mayor of Mars and the first to “checkin” from another planet. While there don’t seem to be any perks or 20% discounts that come with the title, the rover will continue to utilize Foursuare as it roams the red planet to make following its mission easier. Read the full story and see the checkin at Engadget.
Nothing detracts from a blog post more than unpolished sentences, grammatical mistakes or confusing structure. Social Media Today has seven editing tips to help improve your blog’s readability. Developing these techniques may be time consuming, but are sure to attract (and retain) readers in the end.
It’s been less than 30 days since the iPhone 5 announcement, but the Internet is already buzzing with rumors about a possible iPad Mini release in October. The tablet is believed to have a 7.85-inch screen and a lower resolution than the full-sized iPad, and will be comparable to the Kindle Fire HD and Nexus 7. Wired has some of the leaked photos and more speculation on what Apple may have up its sleeve.
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