The two adorable British imports talked to Ellen about their big family news.
Originally posted on getfollowers:
Using these sites, you’ll get a group of followers in exchange for following a group of people.
*Warning: you’ll have to enter your twitter password and they will spam your account with some promotional tweets.
Originally posted on Variety:
AOL.com has launched a video module smack in the middle of the page, featuring original content from partners including WWE and HSN, as the web portal seeks to drive higher engagement (and more dollars) from its growing stockpile of vid clips.
Previously, AOL.com highlighted video in a “static, billboard-type way,” said Maureen Sullivan, president of AOL.com and lifestyle brands. “This is a better way to promote premium video to our AOL audience. They expect to see video on the site.”
The new video section on AOL.com — which attracts about 8 million visitors daily — is directly below the “dynamic lead,” a carousel of 30-plus news and entertainment stories that anchors the home page. The video module will showcase eight videos at a time, updated throughout the day based on popularity.
Through a new pact with HSN, AOL.com will present exclusive daily discounts from the home-shopping cabler via video segments. WWE is providing three…
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Originally posted on TechCrunch:
Keep your eyes peeled, Twitter users: Twitter is sending out emails to some of its users telling them it has reset their password and asking them to create a new one. If you can’t log into your account that may be why. Lots of users are affected judging by the amount of people tweeting about password problems. British comedy star David Mitchell being one of them
And yes, TechCrunch’s own account has been compromised — please don’t click on any links that look like this (update: we’ve now booted out the spammers and regained control of the TC Twitter account)
The cause of the compromise is not described in detail in Twitter’s email — it just says “Twitter believes that your account may have been compromised by a website or service not associated with Twitter”. A blog by TweetSmarter notes that such emails tend to go out after a…
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