Here are the top 10 Tweets sent about the Pittsburgh Steelers’ ugly throwback uni’s.
ColorOfChange.org is hosting the series of Twitter Townhalls beginning at 9pm each Thursday, during the commercial breaks of “Scandal.”
A group of Mount Saint Joseph Academy students will be on stage tomorrow when Malala receives the Liberty Medal at the national Constitution Center.
The Woman Code is in stores now and Nelson’s book tour stops in Philadelphia tonight at the Rittenhouse Square Barnes and Noble.
Chris discussed the latest on the battle against ISIL in Iraq and Syria, New York Time Columnist Paul Krugman’s defense of President Obama, and the Catholic Church’s recent statements on homosexuality. He talked to Dr. John Nagl at 7:00 and Eagles General Howie Roseman at 8:20.
The Lonely Project is a mobile website that displays tweets about loneliness.
“I think what is portrayed on social media is more accurate than what is portrayed on traditional media,” says Melody Wong, a Philadelphia native who grew up in Hong Kong.
Here are the top 18 Tweets regarding Brady’s less than stellar performance.
Joe Banner and Ike Reese had a friendly exchange on Twitter on Friday.
Chris discussed the resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder, Kathryn Knott being fired from her job in an emergency room, and Derek Jeter’s final game at Yankee Stadium. He talked to Chris Butler on Finance Friday at 7:00, Ray Didinger at 8:00, and Penn Professor Dr. Jason Karlawish at 8:20.
Newspapers are so last year, according to recent calculations from Pew Research. It estimates almost 60 percent of adults in the United States use Facebook and half of those users get their news there.
Chris Baker took to social media to voice his pleasure, after his hit was ruled legal.
Once you’ve helped start one of the world’s most popular social networks and made billions of dollars, what’s next? For Twitter founder Jack Dorsey — now, the CEO of Square — it’s about helping small businesses take off.
Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of Twitter, is now on a mission with a new enterprise — to level the financial playing field for small businesses.
Philly native Pat Yeardly has dug into a massive trove of information he’d collected for a long-abandoned book project about that star-crossed Phillies squad and transferred it to Twitter.