If anyone has worked with a college counselor who can tell you how to promote yourself through social media, or run a successful campaign on Kickstarter, or just be a freelancer in general (creating contracts, setting rates, collections), please, leave a comment. I’d love to hear about this mythical unicorn. More
Topic: social networking
i. Even if it is legal where you are located, [do not] create profiles or provide content that promotes escort services or prostitution. More
We understand you never want to talk on the phone again, never, not as long as you live. That’s totally understandable. Everyone wants to stay in contact, no one wants to be interrupted. We get where you’re coming from on that. However, if you are going to use text as your only means of communication, do it right. We talked to some men and women about what they hate most, text-wise. More
Quickly! To the computer! Friendster is about to erase your data! More
Remember back in junior high when you made up a boyfriend and said he lived in Canada? Was that you, or an episode of The Brady Bunch ? I can’t remember! But I suppose, at some times, everyone probably wishes they had a super attractive significant other for vanity reasons. Sometimes we don’t need a relationship, but it would still be fun to have someone to make your ex jealous with, or stop your Grandmother from questioning whether you’re ever going to settle down.
But I guess there’s a line between bringing a good looking male friend to your high school reunion and letting people imagine he might be your boyfriend, and<a href="http://www.businessinsider.com/cloud-girlfriend-update-2011-3?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed& More
I’m an intensely private person. More
Today’s young mothers have a lot of difficult decisions to make: work or stay at home, bottle or breast milk, free-range or attachment. For me, I find that it’s a balancing act. From the very beginning, I realized that the easiest way for me was to combine all those mothering philosophies into something usable. It resulted with Brenna learning to love both fresh fruits and french fries. She really is her mother’s daughter. More
We’ve probably all found ourselves in the following situation: You’re out in public somewhere, and you’re introduced to someone whose name you already know — either through Facebook, or their blog, or their tweets, or their Tumblr, or their website, or your mom’s eHarmony profile. More
We want prenup! Or do we? Here are some myths and facts about prenuptial agreements. – Betty Confidential
You’re more likely to have first-date sex with someone you follow on Twitter or are friends with on Facebook, because you feel like you know them better than you actually do. – New York Post
Among the nominees for Worst Couple or Ensemble at this year’s Razzie Awards: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in Twilight and the entire cast of Sex and the City 2. – Socialite Life
Before you agree to disagree, check out this list of ways that you can have healthy arguments. – YourTango
Afraid that dudes who have seen No Strings Attached will think all women want to be friends with benefits? Here’s how you can bust that myth without having to sing Kelly Clarkson’s “I Do Not Hook Up” at karaoke. – The Frisky
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Earlier this year, singer/celebutante Kelly Osbourne and her then-fiance, model Luke Worrall, split up. The split was messy, with Kelly accusing Luke of cheating on her. Now, she has taken to her Twitter account to bash Luke and talk about what a bad guy he is. Although it should seem quite clear that Twitter is not a good way to deal with interpersonal issues, Kelly’s recent behavior makes me think that this concept could stand to be reiterated. So here goes. More
Every time they upgrade Facebook it just sucks you in further.
There’s a new study out about Twitter. According to the study, about 8 percent of American adults use the service, and there are more men using it than women. Also, only about a third of users describe themselves as “heavy” users, meaning they check it multiple times during the day. We here at The Gloss love Twitter (you can follow us here if you’re so inclined), but what about you? More
Gap announced today that they’re partnering with social media application Foursquare to offer discounts to shoppers who follow the brand. If you have a smartphone and follow The Gap, you can get a 30 percent discount off of one full-priced … More