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Apple iPhone announcement: Liveblog


Some of you might remember a little iPhone blog I used to run called iPhone, Therefore I Blog. I was pretty proud of it. Launched in 2007 two weeks after the very first iPhone was launched, it was the first blog dedicated to the iPhone. It had quite a following …

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Talking Twitter on KGO Radio

Tuesday is social media day. Well, that’s every day, but on Tuesdays Jason Middleton and I talk about what’s trending in social media on After the Bell on KGO Radio. This week our focus is on Twitter, from blue lines that have users seeing red to someone who tried extra …

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Social media on KGO: Facebook shared albums and posting medical bills to Reddit

It’s Tuesday, so Jason Middleton and I are talking social media on After the Bell on KGO Radio. This week we talk about shared Facebook albums that can hold 10,000 photos, how Facebook could impact your ability to secure a loan and why someone would post a photo of an …

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Talking social media on KGO: Facebook hacking hero, buying Instagram likes

It’s Tuesday, so Jason Middleton and I are talking social media on After the Bell on KGO Radio. This week we talk about a guy who really wanted to alert Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to a problem. And why kids would rather share a car than have their own – …

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Chicago Fire filming at Tribune Tower


If you’ve never watched Chicago Fire on NBC, you are missing out. This is what I tell just about anyone who hasn’t seen an episode. That and it’s one of my favorite shows on TV right now. Today, they were filming outside Tribune Tower. I actually knew about this because …

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Chicago Tribune kitten: All in a day’s work


The internet loves cats. That’s a scientific fact. Normally cats don’t take over the homepage at chicagotribune.com, but today wasn’t a normal day for me and my social media partner in crime. For reasons that are not clear to us yet, the photo you see to the left is what …

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Rolling Stone Boston bombing cover: What I learned today

Why would the editors of Rolling Stone devote a cover to Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev? Who knows. They probably thought they had a really interesting story that would certainly turn some heads, but they probably weren’t expecting a full-scale revolt online and on social media. I wrote earlier …

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How I use social media at work: Engaging with photos

If you follow me on social media – and I sure hope you do – you know that I love photos. Whether it’s photos of buildings or cocktails or food or people, I can’t get enough. My website is a reflection of the importance of big images and color. I’ve …

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Gay marriage: Facebook turns red in support of equality


No, there’s nothing wrong with your Facebook feed. All of those red and pink equal sign symbols you see are part of a viral trend to show support for gay marriage equality. The U.S. Supreme Court is holding hearings on gay marriage today and tomorrow, and social media users are …

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