Where big time players and coaches wanted their privacy, relationships, children, pets and cars a thing to keep at home, today guys send that info out to a bazillion people and double that with a share and retweet.
A little girl is donating hats to kids with cancer. Click on the link for more information.
If you listen to Mix 106.5, you’ve heard it, and you’re responding in a big way. It’s a musical tribute to Ray Lewis.
As the end of year nears it is time to take a moment to look back to see what made the top of the best of lists for 2012. Other than the presidential election there have been many other battles this year to score a number one spot in the United States. Companies, writers, public relation experts and cities have all been vying for the golden top spot.
Getting paid to shop may be as easy as updating your status on social media. Follow the link for more information.
A new social media policy in the Baltimore fire department is causing a firestorm of debate. The department says the rule protects firefighters, but the union fears firefighters will lose their right to speak up.
An Washington elementary school teacher has admitted to sending a lewd Facebook message to a 12-year-old who was the sister of one of his students.
A Maryland fugitive is in custody after his girlfriend’s “like” of a Virginia sheriff’s Facebook page led authorities to him.
With all the communicative access to current local, national, and global information, expecting the masses to settle for media headlines and sound bites is insulting to today’s technologically-aware audience.
The National Zoo is appealing to fans of their Facebook page for help in naming a new black howler monkey.
Within the past few years, politicians have begun courting voters in 140 characters or less on Twitter and by making friends on Facebook. On the Eastern Shore, however, the embrace of social networking has moved a bit slower than in more urban areas.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to sign environmental bills from his own legislative package including measures to increase the state’s so-called flush tax and limit where new residential septic systems can be installed.