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Contributing WriterThere is an interesting story in the Old Testament that involves a lender and a borrower. An audit was made, and the books didn’t balance. The borrower was called to account, and he pleaded poverty. The lender, not satisfied, held a legal...
Foursquare users, take note. The geolocation social network that lets you compete for mayorships and learn about trending venues is making a few changes to its privacy that you should know about before your next check-in. Starting on Jan. 28, your...
Tags: Media Industry, Social Media
If you love tech and the business of tech, then 2013 should be a very interesting year. We’ll find out whether Marissa Mayer can keep the momentum going at Yahoo and whether the Web dinosaurs Myspace and Digg can successfully reinvent themselves....
The Los Angeles Philharmonic came up with the slogan “Romance at the Phil” for Thursday night’s concert, which fell upon Valentine’s Day. Indeed, the couples attracted by this premise looked dressier than usual for a weeknight --...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Culture
An upcoming online Orlando tourism, reservations, and e-commerce site is asking Central Florida locals and visitors to tell them why they love Orlando. Officials at Orlando.com launched the "We Love Orlando" four-month campaign that lets locals and...
The Baltimore SunWe hear from time to time about new apps, gadgets and other technology for food-lovers and chefs. Here are a few that caught our eye. Evernote has a new addition to its suite of note-taking and archiving apps and web tools. Evernote Food, available...
Sun SentinelSo long, Black Friday. Hello, Small Business Saturday. If you have an American Express card, sign up for a $25 statement credit for Small Business Saturday on Nov. 24. Then, use the card at hundreds of South Florida businesses to save $25 on a...
Change of SubjectJust so we're clear, I stand foursquare against the practice of minors electronically transmitting photographs of their private parts. No exceptions. Not to one another. Not to strangers. Not by text. Not by Twitter. Adults should probably refrain as...
This week, a Texas court begins hearing the case of a high school student who is suing her school over whether she can be forced to wear a location-tracking ID badge. The 15-year old student believes that the badge is a violation of her privacy. Oh, it...
Tags: NPR, Justin Bieber, Social Media, Education, Students
RedEyeInstead of searching every social media platform, residents now can go to one place to find and track Chicago's mayor. The mayor's office on Sunday launched Chicago Digital at digital.cityofchicago.org. The site is designed to make it easier to find...
Tags: Social Media, Google Inc., YouTube, Chicago Mayor, Flu
Foursquare alerted its users of upcoming privacy changes next month, and among the most notable differences is that the location-based social network will now display users' full names. The New York-based social network emailed its users over the...
Monday at the OC Fair & Event Center, 11 lucky people will get to find out how a dropping ball feels. The New Year's Eve celebration at the fairgrounds won't feature a ball drop like the one in Times Square, but there will be a plummeting object of a...
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