social media week

There are lots of "weeks" in the year. Lot's of industry gatherings vying for your attention. But one of the gatherings that
In a country where Cricket and Bollywood are the consistent favorites, a wave of social media titans are pushing their way to the top, one impactful project at a time. One of the hottest and most talked about figures in the digital community is Rohit Varma, founder of the Bangalore-based R. Square Consulting.
We remember and dream in GIFs. Think of a special moment in your past, like your first kiss. How do you visualize it? I bet it's not a static image like a perfect photo in a frame. Most likely it's a movement on a loop.
Then off to Miami and NATPE listening to how the television business; producers and distributors were viewing this paradigm
While the semantics of "feminism" tend to polarize people, its definition is very simple: equality between men and women.
As funny as it is, it is easy to forget how to be a human. We're so driven by data that we often overlook the human aspect of marketing and business.
Learn more about Social Media Week 2014 in the full HuffPost Live conversation below. Social Media Week has been going strong
HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series, we discuss Social Media Week 2014, which is focused on the intersection of technology and social media. Jordan Freeman and Derek Flanzraich join Caroline to break it down.
As female filmmakers, we've been told to accept small stories, low budgets, and modest expectations. But what if we have much larger visions? What if we want to make blockbuster movies with heroines who are full of valor, keen intelligence, and a desire to change the world?
Continuing in last year's tradition, here are seven amazing young entrepreneurs who are following their dreams in the fields of fashion, media and entertainment, personal and professional development, philanthropy, and fitness.
In the U.S., pundits may tweet about Syria. But average citizens in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Syria are risking their lives because of what they tweet. Yet, they still choose to engage.
Over the last decade, organizations like GE, P&G, DARPA and LEGO have pioneered working with crowds to brainstorm. And in recent years, startups like Quirky, Localmotors and Giffgaff have put "crowdstorming" at the core of their strategies to bring better products and services to market.
The most surprising part is the organic expansion that it has had, because we haven’t promoted the campaign in the media
I will celebrate when the annual "Social Media" parade marches down Fifth Avenue in New York City, and spills over onto the sidewalks with enthusiasm, rivaling the St. Patrick's Day parade.
Participants in 26 countries, all of which have been visited by Tom Friedman, held forth at events ranging from "Giving Gangnam
A standing-room-only crowd packed the hang-out area on the 11th floor of Buzzfeed's Flatiron District headquarters last night
HuffPost Live president and co-founder Roy Sekoff discusses HuffPost Live and The Shift From Presentation to Participation
It's simple. Talk to me like I'm a human being. I'm more than an inbox, Twitter handle, or opportunity for a Facebook "Like." I'm your audience. And if we connect, there can be a meaningful exchange that's beneficial for both of us.
Increasingly, thinkers become ever more specialized in every field and so we need people who can traverse different fields, or at least translate between them, to find the non-obvious combinations that are ideas and innovation. Collaboration will drive big new solutions.
Championing the architects, inventors, collaborators and all of their ideas and interaction is only the beginning. Encouraging society to take part is the next step.