Smile. Laugh. Be Cool: A look at some of the fun and useful things to do on your laptop or phone

Purdy, Kevin
August 2012
Gulfshore Life;Aug2012, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p38
The article offers information on several social media applications. It cites the 10 most entertaining people who are said to be worthy to follow on Twitter including Alan Sepinwall, Ken Jennings and Debra Jones-O'Brien. It also mentions famous Facebook pages and applications including Someecards, Flixter and Skype.


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