Tony-winning actor Alan Cumming, “Project Runway” host Heidi Klum and Oscar-nominated director Spike Lee were among the honorees Monday night at the city’s eighth annual “Made in NY” Awards.
Two high school seniors from Putnam County have become Internet celebrities after a friend honored them not only as the first same sex couple not only to win the “cutest couple” award for their class, but to be allowed to run for the distinction at all.
While all the attention has been on the purchase of Tumblr by Yahoo!, there’s been other tech news worth noting. YouTube, the immensely popular video sharing site, turns 8-years-old this week.
If you’re a social media junkie, you and a few million others know what Tumblr is. If not, you might be wondering why Yahoo! would pay a king’s ransom for it.
Gov. Christie has launched Twitter and Tumblr accounts to provide information on his keynote address and his travels surrounding the convention in Tampa.
In conjunction with Google, Mashable, Tumblr and other tech sites, the Department of Small Business Services and NYC Digital has announced it’ll offer free web courses to small business owners to help them be more competitive with larger companies.
Social media sites are a great place to stay in touch, get support, to inspire, to honor causes and celebrate achievements. But to promote eating disorders?
New York is taking on Silicon Valley and if you’re looking for a job, especially in the high-tech field, the traditional resume might not be enough to get you in the door.
As with just about anything in the Internet age, from the Bronx Zoo Cobra to Double Rainbows to Charlie Sheen, there’s been an explosion of merchandise available online inspired to the Occupy Wall Street demonstration.
The initiative includes a redesign of the city’s website with the ultimate goal of enhancing social media to make it easier and faster for New Yorkers to engage with the city government.
The popular blogging site Tumblr is working to recover from an outage that’s left it out of service for at least 15 hours.