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Enquirer All A-Twitter

Daily newspaper turns to Twitter, Facebook and local blogs for answers in face of financial struggles

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Just like many daily newspapers across the nation, The Cincinnati Enquirer is having an identity crisis. With increasing numbers of readers choosing to get their information on the Internet and through devices, The Enquirer finds itself struggling to remain a profitable business — and has unveiled a new "social media strategy" to engage those wandering readers.   

Another Seven Days of New Rules and Old Inmates

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 25, 2009
Three years ago Jose Canseco wrote a book about all the steroid use that took place in baseball during the 1990s and early 2000s, but everyone in the sports world said, "Shut up Canseco, you suck!" Now the former Bash Brother, who admitted to using steroids and sticking needles in other players' butts during his entire career, would like an apology from everyone who didn’t believe him.  

You Can't Communicate Too Much

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 11, 2009
My recent attendance at a casual junior high school reunion might indicate to some that I'm a true Westsider. I would say it has more to do with me being a Facebooker. If you haven't checked your tweets on Twitter, friended your friends, updated your status, combed over your RSS feeds or checked out your YouTube channel, social networking is taking over the Internet. Everyone is doing it: Even my 65-year-old mother, who still refuses to get an ATM card.  

Facebook 101

An introduction to Internet socialization

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Once upon a time kids played board games not Webkinz. "E-mail" was a buzzword, and perhaps just as notably "buzzword" was a popular term. "Cyberspace" was another - a term affirming the distinction between the Internet and the "real world." This distinction is now obsolete.   

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