by Mary C Long
Whether it's #deflategate, the murder trial of a former Patriot, or that strange green “haze” hovering over the Space Needle, Twitter feeds are being flooded with comments regarding the drama and spectacle surrounding Super Bowl XLIX, which promises to be one of the most watched – and discussed – big games in modern history.
by Olivia Collins
It's no secret that education now revolves around technology. Teachers use computers and videos to teach rather than text books. Lectures are now power points rather than speeches. Teachers are now required to be tech savvy and able to navigate social media. Social media? Is that such a great idea?
by Will Viharo
They say you can't judge a book by its cover. That may be true once you've actually read it. But enticing a reader to choose your eBook out of literally thousands on the marketplace requires an immediate positive response.
And what's the one aspect within your power that can instantly grab and hold a prospective buyer's attention long enough for them to take a chance and peek inside? Yup.
by Geoff Gillette
In the wake of last week’s attack on the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo, nearly every journalist, wannabe journalist and blogger has jumped on the “free speech, free expression” soapbox, railing at the horrific actions of the extremists who shot and killed the Charlie Hebdo writers.
One of the more ironic declarations came from none other than Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg, who on his own page trumpeted that Facebook would be a bastion of free speech.
Tell that to the breastfeeding moms, drag queens and others who’ve been censored.