Watch more in iWant or TFC.tv MAYNILA -- Tila gusto nang mag-move on ng singer-composer na si Yeng Constantino sa hindi naging magandang karanasan na pambabatikos sa social media. Matatandaan na bumuhos ang iba't ibang komento sa naging vlog ng singer matapos niyang ibahagi ang tila hindi nila magandang karanasan ng mister na si Yan Asuncion sa isang ospital sa Siargao. Sa naging panayam kay Yeng para sa kanyang pagbibidahang pelikula sa TBA Studios na "Write About Love," sinabi ng singer na patuloy sila sa pagmo-move on ng kanyang mister sa pangyayari. "After the Siargao accident, mas nag-pursue siya ng healthier na lifestyle. Parang sabi niya, 'ang short ng life,' so parang gusto niya mag-marathon siya. First, nag-10 kilometer (run) siya sa UP [University of the Philippines] and then yesterday sa Mall of Asia tumakbo siya ng 21 kilometers, first time niya ever. So nakakatuwa naman to see him flourishing," tugon ni Yeng sa panayam. Ayon pa sa singer, hindi niya inakala na … [Read more...] about Yeng Constantino, bakasyon muna sa social media
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Instagram tops the source of inspiration for travellers aged 16-24, according to a Booking.com survey. (Booking.com photo) Social media is an integral part of travel for Generation Z, with Instagram the top source of inspiration when picking a destination, according to a new study by Booking.com.The study surveyed over 21,000 people from around the world (25% of whom were aged 16-24, or Gen Z) and found 51% of Gen Zers trust recommendations from influencers and celebrities they don’t know. Some 26% took over 50 pictures a day while on vacation and 56% share the pictures on social media. Conversely, over half of Gen Z (53%) think too much emphasis is placed on social media when travelling. Many Gen Zers travel for the sake of social media. Some 60% of Gen Z surveyed said they're interested in travelling that will look good in pictures. Over half (56%) of Gen Z said always upload pictures from their trips on social media when travelling, with millennials being the … [Read more...] about Social media makes travel plans for Gen Z: Booking.com survey
The story of the girl and the way she reacted to a negative comment on Instagram is one of the case studies presented in BrandImage International Institute's session on social media etiquette. Lee explained that social media conduct is now being offered as part of a two-day etiquette course for children and youngsters, which has been around since 2018. "The idea to dedicate part of our etiquette course towards social media started through a series of discussions with our corporate clients and parents. Some of our corporate clients asked us to look into this because they are dealing with younger employees whom they feel can benefit from some lessons on social media etiquette," Lee explained. She added that parents have raised concerns that their child's employability in the future may be affected due to having a negative social media presence. "They want us to help remind the children that certain unsavoury online postings can affect them later in life when an employer decides to Google … [Read more...] about Do your kids need social media etiquette lessons?
CANNES: US singer-actress Selena Gomez warned on Wednesday that social media has been "terrible" for her generation. Speaking after her politically charged zombie flick, Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die, opened the Cannes Film Festival, she said the platforms that helped make her famous - she has over 150 million followers on Instagram - are destructive in the wrong hands. "I think that our world is going through a lot obviously. What Jim (Jarmusch) gestured to in the film is that social media has really been terrible for my generation," the 26-year-old told a news conference. Her comments came as a Malaysian teenager from Kuching, Sarawak, took her own life after posting an Instagram poll on Monday asking if she should live or die. Gomez also warned about the fake news on social media. "They are not aware of the news. I think it's dangerous for sure if people aren't getting the right information sometimes." She said pervasive Internet bullying "scares" her and has left many young … [Read more...] about Social media is ‘terrible’: Selena Gomez
Lifestyle The singer and actress says it scares her when young boys and girls are unaware of the news. 16 May 2019 01:37PM Bookmark Selena Gomez is the third most followed person on Instagram but she thinks social media is terrible for her generation and wants people to set time limits on its use.The 26-year-old singer and actress said: “I think our world is going through a lot obviously. But for my generation specifically, social media has been terrible.She said this during a press conference in Cannes where the cast of The Dead Don’t Die were asked what they thought was the most pressing issue facing the planet. Gomez appears in the Jim Jarmusch zombie comedy alongside Bill Murray, Chloe Sevigny, Tilda Swinton and Adam Driver.Gomez has over 150 million followers on Instagram, making her the third most followed person on the platform after Cristiano Ronaldo and Ariana Grande.The Come & Get It singer said she’s very “intentional” with her … [Read more...] about Selena Gomez thinks social media is terrible for her generation