Sometime I think our internet savvy, hyper-aware generation can be too detached for its own good. Need an example? Look at the twitter account @firstworldroblems. Don’t get me wrong when I first saw the tweets I thought they were entertaining. And I am definitely guilty of complaining about trivial inconveniences associated with living a country [...]
I, like many others, use Twitter as a news source. Because I am a creature of convenience, I follow my favorite news outlets and am able to browse all of them in one stop. It’s amazingly efficient and I would highly recommend condensing your news surfing through Twitters! That being said, it concerns me how [...]
Actor Charlie Sheen has been in the news a lot this week, and today is no exception. The former star of “Two and a Half Men” set the Guinness World Record for “Fastest Time to Reach 1 Million Followers” on Twitter, doing so in 25 hours and 17 minutes (Sheen joined on March 1). Surprisingly, [...]
I have been really impressed with the Twitter coverage of the protests at the State Capitol. Social media puts the power of broadcasting in the hands of the consumers, and it really shows. Over the past week, I’ve enjoyed reading tweets and looking at tweet photos of the rally from both citizens and media alike. Getting news this way [...]
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