1. First #Instagram video

  2. No, Facebook. Car is not baby.

  3. This history-making tweet is two years old today. Context: Abbottabad resident Tweets raid on bin Laden compound.


  4. whitehouse:

    We see some great things here at the White House every day, and sharing that stuff with you is one of the best parts of our jobs. That’s why we’re launching a Tumblr. We’ll post things like the best quotes from President Obama, or video of young scientists visiting the White House for the science…

    Welcome to Tumblr, White House!


  5. "Criticizing all of Reddit for the work of a few misguided users in one subreddit is like criticizing Facebook for your distant cousin’s constant Obama birther posts: absolutely ridiculous on its face."
    — "Don’t Blame All of Reddit for Boston Bombing Witch Hunt," Mashable. New op-ed from me.

  6. Everyday I’m Tumblin’

  7. This is great - setting Twitter’s seventh anniversary video to music from Inception makes it feel like Twitter is hell-bent on taking over the world.


  8. "A little-known fact is that Pope Francis has a couple of helping hands on social media: a pair of American undergraduate interns from Villanova University, a Catholic school in Pennsylvania."
    — "What It’s Like to Be Pope Francis’ Social Media Intern," Mashable

  9. "Booker was high-energy throughout the night, furiously typing to post as many responses possible and taking short breaks only to film video answers with Waywire instead of relying solely on text. Booker and his staff worked together closely to pick which questions to answer as well as fact- and spell-check his answers before submitting them. (“Is a Star Trek fan a ‘Trekkie’ or a ‘Trekker,’” “Can you get me a link to that report,” and so on.) He only once paused to check his Twitter feed, and when Reddit experienced a few hiccups during the AMA, he asked with a hint of playful hope, “Are we crashing Reddit?”"
    — "Exclusive: Behind the Scenes at Cory Booker’s Reddit AMA," Mashable
  10. "No, This Is Not the New Pope’s Twitter Account," Mashable / Sam Laird