"Mithical" is a personal blog, which means you won't find a consistent amount of just one thing but a wide variety of content posted here ranging from personal posts, photography, quotes, illustrations, social media news and technology, along with a mix of things that signify certain traits about my personality or mood at the moment.
Visitors using personal computers spent an average of about three minutes a month on Google+ between last September and January, versus six to seven hours on Facebook each month over the same period, according to comScore, which didn’t have data on mobile usage.
3 minutes versus seven hours. I mean, 3 minutes!
The sad thing is: I bet when mobile usage is counted, the gap is actually worse.
We keep hearing over and over how Google+ is on the up-and-up — from Google. 10 million sign-ups here. A billion more there. So many fucking sign-ups.
The reality of the situation sure seems to be the opposite. The only people I know that use Google+ regularly are people who work at Google (and Robert Scoble).
I don’t usually re-blog these types of posts but I just want to say that I actually know the guy (he’s a classmate of mine I met this semester) who screenshoted this and uploaded it to 9gag where it hit 50,000 likes in 24 hours. Really happy for him that his post is circulating but really bummed out that the Tumblr user who posted this didn’t credit back to him.
TakeThisLollipop.com is one of the most scariest interactive sites I’ve ever seen, and it’s so seamless and fitting since Halloween is 2 weeks away that I find myself still getting goosebumps in the back of my neck. There is a danger to having all your information public, there is a danger of your life.
The Photorank Score is the measurement of your social photo-sharing activities.
The score ranges from 0 to 100, with 100 being the highest possible score and it is based on your photo activity on specified social networking and photo-sharing sites. The Photorank system gives special emphasis to…