Posted on · Comparing how you feel on the inside to what your friends choose to share on the outside can lead to some uncomfortable feelings. But it's not Facebook's fault.
Posted on · In the collective history of Rice University, it has had just seven Presidents. The current President, David Leebron, assumed that role in 2004, and in the years since, Rice has seen significant increases in undergraduateÂ enrollment, the launch of the Kinder Institute for Urban Research, new residential colleges, new buildings on campus, and visits fromÂ […]
Posted on · Social media guru Eric Tung has researchedÂ what he characterizes as the top âsocial media power influencersâ in Houston. Weâll find out who they are, what that means, and explore the impact Houstonians effectively using socialÂ networking sitesÂ from Twitter to LinkedIn to Facebook and beyond can have on our community. And, of course, we […]
Posted on · Facebook users, who click the "like" feature to back a political candidate, engage in legally protected speech. That's according to a ruling by a federal appeals court. It revived a lawsuit that examines the limits of what people may do constitutionally online.
Posted on · Microsoft's CEO told an audience at the Global Energy Forum in Houston that utilizing data quickly is as important as drilling a well. Ed Mayberry reports that the IT community sees the potential to increase its business in the oil and gas industry.