From the first log-on in the morning to the last status update check at night, everyone seems to be complaining about Facebook.
More law enforcement agencies are turning to social media sites such as Twitter or Facebook to provide timely information to the public — and to help catch bad guys.
The boycott is to protest the Catholic Church’s support of a constitutional amendment that would ban same sex marriage.
When meeting up with friends at a bar, if the first thing you say to them before hello is, “wait, let me check in” then you are part for the millions of connected foursquare users. Downtown Minneapolis saw a huge jump in check-ins in 2010.
Fill out your bracket by clicking the FACEBOOK LIKE sign!
Half the fun of big-time awards shows, like the Golden Globes, is commenting on them. It seems like everyone wants to talk about the best dresses, the craziest personalities and everything else that shows up on the red carpet.
The announcement for the next Gopher football head coach is expected to come through unconventional means — via Facebook and Twitter, according to the University of Minnesota.
We all know how I feel about Don Shelby. I love the guy. But I think he should leave the social media commentary to me.