The Burger King and McDonald's Twitter Hack

Burger King's Twitter account was hacked as if it was taken over McDonalds. That's not the story.

The story is how a brand as big as Burger King would use a password that was hackable.

I use 1Password, which auto-generates complex passwords for all my email accounts, websites and social networking profiles. Not one password is the same as the other and that's the point. 

#SABlizzard -- The Blizzard of 2013 from the Schneider Associates Perspective

Before the Blizzard of 2013 started, I asked the folks at the office to share their experience through social networks; using photos, videos, Tweets, etc. to show everyone how they are faring with this crazy storm. 

Well, being the social media geek that I am, I threw together this Storify as a way to bring our stories together.

Graph Search and the Future of Customized Content

We are in living in a social-network-minded world. People you know, don't know, think you know and want to know, are creating content on a frantic pace. It's hard to keep up with it all. 

As a result, Facebook, the largest network, is trying to simplify how we get our content -- or at least search for relevancy in content. Question is, how will other networks react, specifically the likes of Twitter, Pinterest and Linkedin?