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  • Upcoming business events in the Lehigh Valley

    MONDAYJUNE 30 GREATER LEHIGH VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE will host a Breakfast Series with Mayor Ed Pawlowski, 7-9 a.m. at Billy's Downtown Diner, 840 Hamilton St., Allentown. Join the mayor and Don Cunningham, president and CEO of Lehigh Valley...
  • Russians target State Dept. spokeswoman for media assault

    WASHINGTON Among the Russian bloggers and social media activists who are loyal to the Kremlin, there's a favorite target when it comes to pillorying the United States. President Barack Obama and his chief diplomat, Secretary of State John Kerry, come...
  • Social media magic doesn't exist

    Social media magic doesn't exist
    Someone recently referred to what I do as social media magic and asked me to sprinkle some "magic dust" to help them promote something. I immediately checked my business card to confirm what I already knew: My title isn't "social media magician." And...
  • Social media lights up with news of LeBron James' decision to opt out

    MIAMI ESPN's Chris Broussard posted on Twitter on Tuesday morning that LeBron James would opt out of the final year of his contract with the Heat, and James' agent notified the team of the star's intentions to become a free agent. It was 8:23 a.m....
  • Twitter swamps TV in covering early returns

    Twitter swamps TV in covering early returns
    If you wanted any real sense of what was going on in the first hour after primary election polls closed Tuesday night, you had to go online or, better yet, plug into Twitter, because TV didn't seem to be trying hard at all. I am not talking about...
  • Three years in, future of Google Plus remains unclear

    Three years ago this month, Google Inc. launched a new social network with high hopes of countering the rising tide of Internet users who were flocking to Facebook. That hasn't happened. But experts say Google Plus has served a valuable purpose for the...
  • Car owners criticize pace of GM recall repairs

    Car owners criticize pace of GM recall repairs
    Andrew Quinn owns a 2006 Saturn Ion. His older brothers also drive Saturn Ions and so does his dad. Their loyalty, though, to Saturn and to General Motors, which stopped producing the brand in 2009, is being tested by the safety recalls and the slow pace...
  • In Peoria, parody and self-parody

    In Peoria, parody and self-parody
    These days, social media are a big part of politics. So when Rahm Emanuel embarked on his race for mayor of Chicago in 2010, it was no surprise to see @MayorEmanuel appear on Twitter. The surprise came in the tweets, like a proposed campaign slogan:...
  • Hampton Roads residents respond to #YesAllWomen

    Old Dominion University student Jamuel Breeze knows what it feels like to not be able to talk about rape. That is why #YesAllWomen is more than a hashtag to him. His sister was raped at gunpoint when he was in high school. Years later, she still hasn't...
  • In Amazon battle, book culture is the casualty

    In Amazon battle, book culture is the casualty
    About a month ago I quit Amazon cold turkey, and I feel great. I have bought nothing from Amazon since May 16. Not a book, not a DVD, not an MP3. After years of purchasing pop culture from the mega e-retailer at an embarrassing pace — even as I...
  • Yo, you've been hacked

    Yo, you've been hacked
    Perhaps because of either its absurdity or its simplicity, a messaging app called Yo, which doesn’t do much more than send a contact a voice recording of someone saying “Yo,” has gone viral this week. “Yo is a single-tap zero...