As a "CIO Plus", Joanna Young at the University of New Hampshire runs an IT organization that defaults to yes, focusing on consistently improving the ...
As Americans we should make the effort to reach out to Iran and show them that we want better relations as much -- no, more than -- our government.
Social media can be our best friend during a tragedy by helping search and collect information fast. But social media can also make our institution lo...
The future of women's comedy will be greater than 140 characters. Women's comedy takes a long time. We don't like things short and sweet. We like things long and layered, complex and complicated.
In the next two years, social media will become the primary way that Americans give money to charity. Here are four reasons why.
It's been more than once where I've been with friends at lunch or even more formal holiday meals and everyone is preoccupied with capturing the moment so they can post it. The flow of conversation is broken up by taking a "selfie."
As Facebook's popularity among teens is starting to wane, you might be wondering what the new "it" social network is. But the days of a one-stop shop for all social networking needs are over.
Freedom of speech shouldn't end at American borders. Blogging, Facebook and the free flow of information are all great things. But with all that censorship, they could become like a car without fuel.
In today's social era, increased connectivity and knowledge sharing has led marketers to pay more attention to the science and art of influence market...
NowThis News, the one-year-old online news service, a potential heir to the New York Times or NBC Nightly News except entirely online, announced this week that it has hired Cody Johns as its first entirely Vine-driven 'videojournalist.'
The ideal circumstance for a company to go public is to have one's ducks all lined up, performance-wise and business-wise and be in position to grow strongly in the first several years after the IPO. For Twitter, that situation is certainly true now.
There is no way to keep up this pressure without exploding and people eventually do explode. That's when we get the rage on the page.
I was just told by my web guy that I now have more Twitter followers than Rep. Henry Waxman. Hooray! I'm winning the campaign! Really?
Professor Guth accepted the suspension, apparently because he was receiving threats. But if he's receiving threats, it's the university's duty to protect him, not suspend him. In a free society, we can't allow those who threaten speakers with violence to win by silencing voices they don't like.
Almost everyone knows that almost everything evolves over time, mostly for the better, always pretty slowly, and occasionally in ways that defy the re...
Last month I got a new follower on Twitter. Since I'd joined over a year ago, 20 had trickled in and at that rate each gets special attention. Who? I wondered and peeked. Him?