NEW YORK (MainStreet)—False or compromised information on the web is so pervasive that it's hard for Jim Cramer to separate the wheat from the chaff. How do you know whether what someone says about a hotel is earnest praise or sly PR? That's why for this episode of ODNB my sister, Nicole, and I introduced the Old Dog to Quora, a question-and-answer social platform that leverages a large community of users whose answers can be "upvoted" or "downvoted" and filtered accordingly.

Still, Cramer is wary of this widely sourced information from contacts whose legitimacy can't be verified, so we introduced him to Path, a messaging and photo sharing app that serves as a plug-in to various social networks and only allows for 150 of your top contacts. Talk about streamlining your information.

ODNB Archives

  • Grubhub and Seamless
  • Dropbox
  • Tumblr/Yahoo!
  • Vine
  • SnapChat
  • P2P Payments
  • Social Media Aggregators
  • Innovative Eating
  • Crowd-Funding
  • Cramer Branches Out
  • No Drunk Facebooking
  • Cramer's Carma
  • Pound-wise Apps
  • H(app)iness
  • Airbnb Anxiety
  • Cramer Gets Hip With Uber
  • The 'Urkel' and Measuring Twitter Impact
  • Learning the Hip Language of Emoji