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About Jen Haley

Online video and broadcast journalist in San Francisco with storytelling powers used to cover all things technology and business. Opinions here are my own.
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The Art of Political Memes
5 years ago

The Art of Political Memes

By  •  Articles

Veronica de Souza was perched in front of her TV with her iPad on her lap as she watched the presidential debates. So when Romney uttered the now infamous phrase, “binders full of women,” Veronica immediately saw an opportunity. Read More

Primetime for Techies
5 years ago

Primetime for Techies

Outside the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco there were half a dozen satellite trucks. Reporters and producers, photographers and cameramen lined up around the entrance. Bloggers, tourists, curious passerbys …
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The Valley of the Uncanny
5 years ago

The Valley of the Uncanny

By  •  Gaming, Homepage

I recently had a conversation with a game designer who introduced me to the concept of the Uncanny Valley—a human psychological reaction to robotic design. In essence, it’s a repulsion that …
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A Non-Gamers Take on E3
5 years ago

A Non-Gamers Take on E3

By  •  Gaming, Homepage

Over 200 exhibitors descended on Los Angeles this week for the biggest gaming expo of the year.  And it seemed as if downtown LA was turned into one giant videogame. …
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Pinterest vs. Facebook: The Battle for Your Dollars
6 years ago

Pinterest vs. Facebook: The Battle for Your Dollars

Pinterest versus Facebook; whose users spend more money?  Fashion website Bottica.com released a case study that analyzed how consumers from each of the social networking sites spent money.

The conclusion: …
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Couch “Potatoes” no Longer
6 years ago

Couch “Potatoes” no Longer

A new report confirms what we’ve suspected all along—watching TV is just too passé.

Nielsen found that 88 percent of tablet owners in the US use their devices while watching …
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Here’s Why You’ve Been Unfriended…
6 years ago

Here’s Why You’ve Been Unfriended…

My mother always said that politics was not good dinner table conversations. Well, it turns out, it isn’t proper online fodder either.

A new report out by the Pew Internet …
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Costs (and Benefits) of Hyperconnectivity
6 years ago

Costs (and Benefits) of Hyperconnectivity

According to a recent study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project, today’s hyperconnected youth will shun deep engagement with people; they will lack critical thinking skills and face-to-face …
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