Archive for 'Social Networking'
More than 230 law enforcement organizations around the world participated in the first Global Police Tweet-a-Thon last Friday, including four in Maryland.
Teams of clever app developers have found a novel technological solution to overcome an age-old dating problem: figuring out whether someone you’re interested in feels the same way.
As President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney prepared to engage each other face to face in Denver, Marylanders met in homes, bars and campaign offices to watch the first presidential debate.
Maryland delegates to the Republican National Convention in Tampa stayed connected with folks back home through social media; Facebook and Twitter played a bigger role than ever in documenting the convention.
Last week, Gov. Martin O’Malley announced the Maryland Pinterest Business Pitch Contest as a way to promote small businesses and entrepreneurial ventures throughout the state, O’Malley’s spokesperson Takirra Winfield said.
Maryland lawmakers, government agencies and small businesses are increasingly turning to Pinterest, the fastest growing social network, to attract attention to their brands.
Capital News Service live-blogged a discussion Thursday with David Simon, an award-winning journalist and executive producer of HBO's The Wire.
Concerns about employers and universities accessing private social media information has prompted Maryland lawmakers to draft several bills that would cut down on the practice, which some consider to be an invasion of privacy.