In the popular HBO TV series The Wire, drug dealers would get pre-paid cell phones to make deals on and then get rid of the phones so quickly that the feds couldn’t get a wire tap in place fast enough to track/listen to their calls. These temporary phones were called Burners. Now, a new app called Burner is available which enables iPhone users to create temporary phone numbers that can be disposed of after a single use, or multiple uses.
“Burner is an app and service that you can get a single use disposable phone number for whatever use you might need it for.” (dope boys everywhere rejoice)
There’s a big difference between impressions and engagement
Here’s a free Twitter Template.
There are a ton of these on the net. However, I was impressed by the “pay with a Tweet” feature. It was simply explained, and neatly presented.
Facebook Camera is similar to Instagram but it isnt Instagram. The new photo sharing app seems to be suited for the “Facebook” crowd. They want something like Instagram but arent interested in becoming familiar with another social network.
Functionally speaking this is a huge step for Facebook’s mobile reputation. The comments, tagging, and sharing works just ask you would expect!
Facebook’s growth in the U.S. will drop for the first time to the single digits this year, but Twitter’s presence will expand by 20% or so, according to a report. EMarketer estimates that Facebook grew 13.6% in 2011, which comes after a 38.6% surge in 2010. By contrast, Twitter grew 31.9%, whi…