Tag Archives: Twitter

“Heil Twitler!”

“We need a leader, not a tweeter!” was a very popular chant at the latest protests this week.  Even I carried a sign stating, “Delete our Twitler in Chief!” It’s obvious that many of us in the opposition have a strong … Continue reading

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Outsider Evan recreates a world where he is included using social media in the new broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen

My mom and I spent two days in New York City just before Christmas and got tickets to a new musical on Broadway called Dear Evan Hansen.  Interestingly, the play has a Philadelphia backstory, as co-composer Benj Hasek based some … Continue reading

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How Irresponsible Social Media Use Can Harm Young Adults

It has certainly been interesting growing up with the internet and social media and progressing with it. I remember a time when not having regular access to the internet was normal, and I can remember much more vividly what life … Continue reading

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Oh Tay!

It took less than a day for Twitter to kill Tay, Microsoft’s AI bot that was supposed to interact and engage with people online. The premise seemed innocent enough, a bot that mimicked a teenager and was programmed to learn … Continue reading

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Social Media Wars: Rapper vs Astrophysicist

About a week ago I noticed an incredibly fascinating social media phenomenon, something that has happened before but not quite in the way it unraveled last week.  I am talking about a Twitter war.  We see it fairly often and more … Continue reading

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Politics on Twitter – Painting with a Broad Brush

We each have social media platforms that we use and don’t use. I tend to stick to Facebook, LinkedIn, and occasionally Instagram. This week I took to Twitter to the first time and found myself quickly overwhelmed with sheer volume … Continue reading

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Accentuate the Positive — Mentionology

I love March Madness for several reasons — it unifies the national conversation around something positive namely college basketball, it celebrates the committment and talent of great college athletes and it means spring is almost here.  But, I was intrigued … Continue reading

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