18 Mar '17, 9pm

When social media is not very sociable - The Straits Times

KIDS WITH SWAGGER: Dr Robert Kelly, a political science professor, found his family at the centre of a viral phenomenon when his children barged into his room while he was being interviewed by the BBC on the South Korea impeachment scandal. His daughter, four-year-old Marion Kelly, has since become the latest social media darling for her antics. IT SHOW: The latest iteration of the popular electronics fair has been one of the top search trends on Google, with many netizens sharing online the good deals they had managed to land. PI DAY: March 14 is known as Pi Day, where people take the time to remember the important number that calculates the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. #PiDay was a top Twitter hashtag.

Full article: http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/whatstrending-when-...

Tweets

Grief on social media and reaching closure through disclosure - The Straits Times

Grief on social media and reaching closure thro...

straitstimes.com 18 Mar '17, 9pm

A former schoolmate lost her father late last year. His struggle was swift and brutal; just two months and his heart faile...

Many golf clubs are reaping the rewards of using social media...Here's why:

Many golf clubs are reaping the rewards of usin...

golf-monthly.co.uk 17 Mar '17, 1pm

Should Your Golf Club Use Social Media? Throughout history, the human race has found ways to adapt and innovate to survive...

How to land a job in Google

straitstimes.com 19 Mar '17, 9pm

Singaporean Muhammad Mohsin admits to being awed by the work environment and staff perks provided by his employer Google, ...

Fire at Woodlands block; no injuries reported -...

straitstimes.com 19 Mar '17, 6am

SINGAPORE - A fire broke out at the foot of a Woodlands HDB block on Sunday (March 19), but no one was injured. Mr Vincent...

UniSIM gets new name, to have strong social focus

straitstimes.com 17 Mar '17, 9pm

As part of its restructuring into the country's sixth autonomous university, SIM University (UniSIM) was renamed Singapore...

Unusual hotels in Asia

Unusual hotels in Asia

straitstimes.com 19 Mar '17, 3am

Travel is all about pushing boundaries and immersing oneself in new experiences. Accommodation is an important element of ...

Taiwan consumers still wary of mobile payments

straitstimes.com 19 Mar '17, 2am

TAIPEI - Whether it is getting lunch at a restaurant or bubble tea at the night markets, taxi-driver Chien Hong-tze always...

How fear, luck and golf brought Asean together - The Straits Times

How fear, luck and golf brought Asean together ...

straitstimes.com 17 Mar '17, 9pm

Imagine Singapore in December. The north-east monsoon is approaching. Heavy rains are coming. Someone has gifted you a str...

Top 5 Social Media Monitoring Tools To Track Your Brand Keywords

Top 5 Social Media Monitoring Tools To Track Yo...

searchenginepeople.com 17 Mar '17, 1pm

Since brand presence on social media became essential, social media monitoring became a regular part of every marketer’s j...

This is the BIG question - how much will Kim Jong Nam affair spill into broader ASEAN-DPRK ties?

This is the BIG question - how much will Kim Jo...

straitstimes.com 17 Mar '17, 10pm

As tensions escalate, putting North Korea and the US and its allies on a collision path, what should Malaysia and the rest...

#environment

straitstimes.com 18 Mar '17, 9pm

NEW YORK • The German government will release this week a plan for the Group of 20 economies to address climate change, ta...

Tips for using 360-degree videos and photos in ...

searchenginejournal.com 18 Mar '17, 4pm

You’ve probably seen these new videos and photos on your Facebook app: the ability to flick through someone’s photo as if ...

Tip from social media ace: Don't be scared - Th...

straitstimes.com 07 Mar '17, 10pm

Ms Christel Quek may be just 27, but she has already skyrocketed to the top in the world of social media as one of Singapo...

Head of world's largest Muslim group certain mo...

straitstimes.com 13 Mar '17, 9pm

Amid concerns that hardline voices are growing, the leader of the world's largest Muslim group, Indonesia's Nahdlatul Ulam...