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  • Instagramming

    Instagramming
    For years I’ve had an Instagram account. I remember when the app first became popular and not really understanding what it was or how I’d use it. But as the saying goes, hindsight is 20/20, and now Instagram is part of my daily life. I&...
  • Ditch red light cameras, quench thirst for revenue with Bud Light cameras

    Ditch red light cameras, quench thirst for revenue with Bud Light cameras
    I've got three words that can help reshape city finance and remove some municipal annoyances as well: Bud Light cameras. Thanks to Tribune investigations, everybody knows by now that Chicago's 12-year-old red light camera traffic-ticketing program has...
  • Suicide and self-harm on social media: See something? Say something

    Suicide and self-harm on social media: See something? Say something
    When is a Facebook post just a Facebook post, and when is it a cry for help? That's a tough question, whether you are the person writing or the friend reading, and Facebook recognizes that. The social network recently announced a new tool to report...
  • Keith Olbermann offers six-minute apology for Penn State tweet melee

    Keith Olbermann offers six-minute apology for Penn State tweet melee
    Sports commentator Keith Olbermann spent nearly seven minutes Monday during his show attempting to atone for a Twitter brawl that got him taken off the air for a week. Olbermann was suspended by ESPN brass after he got into it with Penn State supporters...
  • Between the sea and the sky

    Between the sea and the sky
    By Southern California standards, this weekend saw a huge downpour. The generally crowded pier at King Harbor in Redondo Beach was left empty. But for Lenny Lloyd da Silva, the unusually dramatic weather and big cloud formations are just an invitation...
  • Under Armour may be evolving into a fitness technology company

    Under Armour may be evolving into a fitness technology company
    With its latest expansion, sports apparel-maker Under Armour could find itself in the company of Facebook, Pinterest and other well-known online names. That's because the Baltimore-based brand is on the verge of consolidating an online community that...
  • Weekend preview: Are you ready for some model volleyball?

    Weekend preview: Are you ready for some model volleyball?
    The annual return of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue is a rite of winter, its luminous pixels radiating an almost palpable heat that feels like a gift from the gods in frigid parts of the country. But because you live in South Florida, on this,...
  • Are you clicking onto 'secondhand social media stress'

    Are you clicking onto 'secondhand social media stress'
    Is Twitter making you tense? Is Facebook leaving you frazzled? Is Instagram coaxing you into a social media makeover? If so, maybe it's because you're suffering from "secondhand social media stress," according to a new study that merits more...
  • Chicago area haunted houses opening for Valentine's Day

    Chicago area haunted houses opening for Valentine's Day
    Picture this: It’s Valentine’s Day. You’re with that special someone. The dimly lit room is decorated with candles. The two of you are holding hands even though you’re usually not one for P.D.A. Who cares? It feels right. And...
  • Oak Ridge 2016 LB Jonathan Jones has Michigan on top after offer

    Oak Ridge 2016 LB Jonathan Jones has Michigan on top after offer
    As soon as Orlando Oak Ridge linebacker Jonathan Jones received a college football scholarship offer from Michigan on Thursday, the Wolverines immediately became his favorite. "Yes sir, that is very true. I am very excited about that ... top of my list,...
  • New computer-based state tests worry school districts

    New computer-based state tests worry school districts
    Florida's new standardized test for students will be mostly online, replacing traditional pencil and paper exams with more complicated computer-based questions. The shift is heightening anxiety inside South Florida's classrooms. Local school districts...