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  • Social media users react to 'Sabado Gigante' ending

    Social media users react to 'Sabado Gigante' ending
    What will people do on Saturday evenings? That’s the biggest question in social media as people react with shock that "Sabado Gigante" is ending its 53-year run. Times writer Yvonne Villarreal wrote, "The campy show, which has aired for 3,000...
  • Pew Research Center: Teens still use Facebook

    Remember those declarations that teens are done with Facebook? Think again. Facebook remains the most used social media site among American teens ages 13 to 17, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center. And, surprisingly, boys visit the site...
  • Coachella, Lollapalooza outlaw selfie sticks

    Coachella, Lollapalooza outlaw selfie sticks
    Want a selfie at Coachella or Lollapalooza this year? Go for it -- but just make sure to ditch the selfie stick. Both music festivals have updated their FAQ pages to reflect policies that prohibit the camera-mount stick that extends the selfie range...
  • Elon Musk teases new Tesla product -- but it's not a car

    Elon Musk teases new Tesla product -- but it's not a car
    Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk, past master of the Twitter tease, has issued an alert that his company will unveil a new "product line" late next month. But it's not a car. Musk's tweet, which prompted a 3% rise in Tesla's stock value, said, "Major new...
  • How Facebook is becoming the Wal-Mart for news

    How Facebook is becoming the Wal-Mart for news
    As reported in the New York Times, Facebook may start directly hosting the content of various news websites, starting with the New York Times, BuzzFeed and National Geographic. What this means for Internet users is that instead of seeing a summary of an...
  • Critics inundate Twitter with #AskSeaWorld campaign

    Critics inundate Twitter with #AskSeaWorld campaign
    "Have questions about killer whale care? Tweet us!" SeaWorld called out to the Twitterverse last week. Be careful what you ask for. Critics flooded Twitter with the hashtag #AskSeaWorld from Friday through Monday. "Can you explain why 62 orcas have...
  • Live-stream video apps Meerkat, Periscope show next level of narcissism

    Live-stream video apps Meerkat, Periscope show next level of narcissism
    You don't see humility around much these days. The last encounter I had with it was several months ago. I was getting ready to send a tweet about how spectacular I am and humility was prattling on, encouraging me to hold back. I ignored it and changed...
  • Bianchi: Dwight, not Shaq, should have Magic number retired

    Bianchi: Dwight, not Shaq, should have Magic number retired
    Running off at the typewriter … Give the Orlando Magic credit for inducting Shaquille O'Neal into the team's Hall of Fame Friday night, but this is where it should it end. This idea some people have for retiring Shaq's number and hanging it in...
  • 3 lingering questions after Ellen Pao's loss in Silicon Valley trial

    3 lingering questions after Ellen Pao's loss in Silicon Valley trial
    A San Francisco County Superior Court jury has spoken in a case that riveted Silicon Valley, but that doesn't mean all's over. In a verdict delivered Friday, a jury found that Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, one of the nation's most prominent...
  • Out of Carey Perloff's 'Chaos' comes theatrical harmony

     Out of Carey Perloff's 'Chaos' comes theatrical harmony
    Carey Perloff, now in her 23rd season as artistic director of San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater, doesn't mince words when talking about the challenges confronting the American theater, a principal subject of her fiery new memoir, "Beautiful...
  • From new logos to New Coke: when corporations make mistakes

    From new logos to New Coke: when corporations make mistakes
    NEW YORK — It was a tempest in a coffee cup. Mega coffee chain Starbucks wanted to spark a conversation about race when it asked baristas to write "Race Together" on customers' cups as part of a broader effort, but people standing in line for...