Managing Editor, Mashable
Managing editor @Mashable
mashable.com — CANNES, FRANCE - Some of the most popular content online throughout the past year wasn't created by publishers like Mashable, but by brands like Red Bull, Dove, P&G and Oreo. In response to this trend, we launched a new ad product at this year's SXSW called Social Lift, which allows brands to amplify their social assets in the stream on Mashable's website.
mashable.com — Vine is quickly becoming the go-to place for, well, everything. Users of Twitter's video-sharing service have uploaded six-second clips to scare you, impress you, and now, to help you become the next Iron Chef. We've assembled our 15 favorite cooking Vine videos here. Check out the list and let us know which are your favorites.
nymag.com — A male friend with a new job in a mostly female workplace confessed a problem: "My co-workers think I'm rude in e-mails. They say I'm short with them." He then showed me a one-word e-mail: "Thanks." He was literally being short with them. "Add vowels," I instructed, drawing from a vast knowledge of girls-night-out e-mail chains.
nymag.com — In general, men don't know how to text. We're slow learners. Even though we're a full decade into the Texting Revolution, our tiny missives are sometimes rude, sometimes girly, and always confusing. We text when we should call. We forget to reply. And we're behind the curve when it comes to texting like thissss.
slate.com — Being buried alive is usually near the top of any worst-ways-to-die list. But how about being buried alive 100 feet below the ocean surface in a tiny pocket of air? For Harrison Okene, a 29-year-old Nigerian boat cook, this nightmare scenario became a reality for nearly three grueling days. The...
mashable.com — On June 6, 2011, Eric Lim received a phone call from his older sister, Tanya. She wanted to apologize for an argument they'd had when she visited Los Angeles a few months before, but as Lim began to lecture her, Tanya cut him off.
mashable.com — Overnight, Turkish choreographer Erdem Gunduz has inspired a new form of anti-government protest: Standing silently while staring at his country's flag for hours on end. Gunduz began his protest Tuesday alone in Istanbul, going unnoticed for several hours. Once people realized what he was doing, images of his actions (or lack thereof) went viral on Twitter.
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