Posts Tagged “social-media”
Industry titans Rupert Murdock and Jack Welch have suggested via the social media site Twitter, that soon-to-be GOP nominee Mitt Romney replace his top campaign staff if he wants to defeat President Obama in November.
To the surprise of few, the approval of a gay marriage ban by 61 percent of North Carolina voters on Tuesday has brought harsh criticism from supporters of gay marriage who posted comments on social media sites and wrote columns voicing their strong opinions.
In breaking news this morning, suicide bombers have killed seven people in Afghanistan and wounded 17, most of them Afghan children on their way to school. According to a Taliban spokesman, their attack was in response to President Obama’s visit to their country.
Two groups that represent a large percentage of atheists, the American Humanist Association and the Secular Coalition of America, are joining forces to combat the National Day of Prayer by promoting the National Day of Reason, which is held on the first Thursday of May each year.
An evangelical group is promoting “Internet Evangelism Day,” a day meant to spread awareness of the value social media and the Internet in advancing the Gospel.
Kony 2012 in Numbers – This post, which also includes an infographic, discusses Kony 2012 as a phenomenon (rather than talking about the ideology of the campaign). Studied from a social media perspective, it’s a complete triumph.Extreme FOMO – “We are living in an era of extreme FOMO, more commonly known as Fear of Missing Out. As the tweets, Facebook status updates, check-ins, Instagram photos, and Tumblr posts pour in, it can start to feel like your friends, coworkers, and even your frenemies lead lives that are infinitely more interesting than yours