Generally, there’s nothing wrong with asking people to take responsibility for their actions to avoid social ills. Stop littering. Spay or neuter your pets. Vaccinate your children. Get up early enough to eat breakfast so you’re not so grouchy at work. If your diet is making you sick, change it….
I am one of those 62 million users, but I am also one of the untold number of inactive users. That is the important number. The number of active members seems to be a question Google is uninterested in answering.
This Forbes 30 Under 30 smacks of lazy editorial. First, there are 360 people covered here, not 30. Second, these people are not even ranked from least disruptive/innovative to most. Third, these categories are totally undifferentiated: “media”, social and media”, technology”, “music”. I thought music was media? What’s the difference between the “Media” category and the “Social & Media” category? And for that matter why isn’t “Social & Media” part of “Technology”. There are also a separate categories for “Science” and “Energy.” It’s as if nobody editorialized this list.
We just released a big update to Tiny Review. There are many new things in the app that we are proud of, but the change we are most excited about is the “Latest” feed. Behind the curtain at Tiny Review Headquarters we could see all of the Tiny Reviews as they were being created. We liked all…