January 14, 2010 A moment of exhaustion from the Minneapolis mayor's Twitter account.
October 15, 2009 NPR posted new guidelines Thursday to help its staff make use of the wide array of social media tools and still maintain NPR's credibility. Take a look at the guidelines and feel free to weigh in. Why now? "We've actually been working on this ...
October 15, 2009 New rules encourage NPR's news staff to use popular social media services "for journalistic purposes and as a way to connect with the audience." But journalists also must avoid saying or doing anything online that jeopardizes NPR's credibility.
September 23, 2009 Apparently there is some science to getting your Twitter posts retweeted. Fast Company has the details.
September 9, 2009 First we had classified want ads, then job sites and networking groups, now there's Twitter.
August 13, 2009 Author Philippa Gregory will tweet her newest novel on Twitter. Cool?
August 5, 2009 Several organizations plan to ban access to Facebook and Twitter. Could your company be next?
July 27, 2009 Despite the fact that everyone on the NPR.org relaunch team was running around like lunatics for 14 hours Sunday, we still managed to tweet about the experience and receive constructive real-time feedback from the public.
June 16, 2009 Facebook, Twitter, MySpace figure prominently in divorce cases.
April 29, 2009 Twitter goes to the ballpark. And the stadium, apparently.
April 20, 2009 At your best at 140 characters? Has Pizza Hut got the internship for you...
April 1, 2009 Ryan Bigge celebrates the time-honored tradition of brevity. Tweet on!
March 5, 2009 Are you dragging your feet boarding the Twitter bandwagon?
February 19, 2009 Surgeons Tweeted the removal of a cancerous kidney tumor. Yucky or awesome?
January 9, 2009 As I mentioned last week, we've been brainstorming ways of using a variety of social media tools to collect stories from people related to President-elect Obama's inauguration. We're starting to make some good progress, so I wanted to post a quick...
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