Remember pen pals? Remember when a stamp could send your feelings across the world, how meaningful and rewarding writing an actual letter was? With today's technology and high-speed EVERYTHING, written letters are more and more of a dying trend -- even behind prison walls...
Living in the sports-loving Mid-Columbia, most people have at least one or more high school football teams they support and follow. Ours is the Kamiakin Braves (son Dhylan plays football and baseball there). Like many, we try to get to at least two or three home games at Lampson Stadium. But also like many fans, it's nearly impossible to get score updates for road games - and even home games we c
I have a new goal. I want Charlize Theron to say hi to me. I think the most likely way that's going to happen is on Twitter. So even though I've never been very interested in Twitter, I'm now on it following Charlize. Will you help me? Follow her, too, and ask her to say, "Hi Greg"!
A New Yorker named Kyle Ayers was enjoying the view on his roof when a couple came up "for privacy" and proceeded to have a big fight. Annoyed, he decided the Tweet the whole affair. His Tweets are now making people laugh across the country and I found a company selling the best lines on t-shirts! It's too good to be true!
When there’s big news in the world, the celebs who do the tweeting take to Twitter and do what they do best. Today, the Supreme Court issued a pair of rulings in favor of gay marriage -- and afterwards, most of the stars were super excited.
While the social media landscape often changes quickly, it’s pretty clear that networking on those sites is going to be a big part of our lives for a long time—both personally and professionally.
Hashtags may have originated on Twitter, but the popular internet shorthand has since spread to Facebook and even everyday speech. And now, "hashtag" has been declared the 2012 word of the year by the American Dialect Society. #waytogohashtag
It was a good day for us in the Twitter universe today (Aug. 24). First, Spencer Pratt of MTV’s ‘The Hills’ followed us on the social media site (we’re dumbfounded and excited at the same time), but even better than that? We found out comedian/TV host/author/etc. Joan Rivers got into it with Rihanna on Twitter. Day = made.