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  • @HiddenCash to pay $5,000 for damage caused at Whittier park

    @HiddenCash to pay $5,000 for damage caused at Whittier park
    The man behind the viral Twitter account @HiddenCash will pay the city of Whittier $5,000 after one of his public scavenger hunts caused extensive damage to William Penn Park. The damage occurred after hundreds of people assembled late on June 10 at the...
  • Experts warn of technology's privacy pitfalls

    Gloria McVeigh considers herself pretty savvy relative to the safety and pitfalls of technology, so much so that she's taken to helping her older neighbor, a novice, with his online banking. So she was a little startled Wednesday to learn how much of her...
  • SportsFest stepping it up

    For 18 years and counting, Ray Atiyeh has worked tirelessly to expand and improve Lehigh Valley SportsFest, the annual summer amateur sports festival held in and around Allentown. The same can be said for 2014. New events always spark new interest...
  • Twitter to unveil new metrics to show wider reach: WSJ

    (Reuters) - Twitter Inc, which has been struggling to revive flagging user growth, is expected to introduce new metrics to show that its microblogging service has a wider audience who may not necessarily be logged in to their accounts, the Wall Street...
  • Jason Biggs apologizes, deletes joke tweet about Malaysia Airlines

    Jason Biggs apologizes, deletes joke tweet about Malaysia Airlines
    Actor Jason Biggs was fully owning his Malaysia Airlines Twitter joke on Thursday morning. But by the afternoon, he'd switched to owning up. "Hey all- ok, so- I am deleting my previous tweets. People were offended, and that was not my intent. Sorry to...
  • Jason Biggs' Malaysia Airlines joke not very successful at all

    Jason Biggs' Malaysia Airlines joke not very successful at all
    Jason Biggs made a joke online about Thursday's Malaysia Airlines wreck in Ukraine. People on Twitter got upset and called him names. Biggs proceeded to own his tweet instead of deleting it and -- how do we say it politely? -- told those who were...
  • Blackhawks Convention: Wrapping up

    Blackhawks Convention: Wrapping up
    Sunday 11:50 a.m. Everything is wrapping up now at the Chicago Hilton as the 2014 Blackhawks Convention comes to a close.  A few interesting things to note on the final day: by far the best thing on sale at the convention was a Jim Cornelison bobblehead...
  • 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...
  • Metra missing the train on Wi-Fi access

    Metra missing the train on Wi-Fi access
    As Metra searches for a way to offer wireless Internet access for its increasingly tech-savvy riders, a new study concludes the amenity could help soothe customers irritated by late trains and boost ridership. Laptops, tablets and other devices that...
  • 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...
  • Twitter 'Buy now' button spotted on mobile app

    Hashtags, retweets and in-tweet purchases? A new feature that temporarily popped up this week on Twitter's mobile app indicates the micro-blogging social network might be getting ready to step into e-commerce. Earlier this week, a "Buy now" button...