Going strictly by the numbers, Dovray, Minnesota would not seem significant. Its population in the last census: 57. But measured by a different standard – of community service — Dovray appears exceptional. Each weekday before noon, a high percentage of the population will stop what they’re doing and come together in one place.
A fight at a football game moves to Facebook and ends with a student telling others to kill themselves. Now, police are trying to find out who posted it.
It’s probably the most well-known Minnesota company nobody knows is here. Half-a-million people visit CaringBridge every day to write about, or check on, the health of a loved one.
Republican Tim Pawlenty disclosed his 2012 presidential aspirations on Facebook. Rival Mitt Romney did it with a tweet. President Barack Obama kicked off his re-election bid with a digital video emailed to the 13 million online backers who helped power his historic campaign in 2008.
A lot of people thought “The Social Network” got snubbed for the Best Picture Oscar in favor of “The Kings Speech”. Where does that rank with other Best Picture Snubs? Time Magazine has a Top 10 List.