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Twitter, Inc.

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  • When using social media becomes socially destructive

    When using social media becomes socially destructive
    If you're like most of the world, you make time for following friends on social media. In fact, 71% of adults who go online use Facebook and 23% use Twitter, according to the Pew Research Center. That isn't a bad thing at all. Positive posting and...
  • Bubble soccer bounces into Bethlehem

    Cameron Widdoss was scrolling through his Twitter feed in early May when he came across a tweet promoting an opportunity to play a strange new sport: bubble soccer. It's soccer, combined with high-impact inflatable bumpballs — in other words,...
  • Twitter investor Chris Sacca calls for big changes to draw in new users

    Twitter investor Chris Sacca calls for big changes to draw in new users
    Outspoken Twitter investor Chris Sacca published a lengthy essay online Wednesday advocating big changes at the social media site to dramatically expand its user base. The nearly 8,500-word post comes a day before Twitter’s annual investor meeting...
  • School reaction to student tweets over the top

    School reaction to student tweets over the top
    Sometime after 7:30 a.m., a Winter Park High School freshman sat in first period last week and angrily tweeted about the teacher who was instructing the class. "Someone bail me out of prison when I murder Ms [teacher's name] I'm about to stab her I'm...
  • Spirit Airlines robot responds to questions on social media

    Spirit Airlines robot responds to questions on social media
    Most major airlines now employ a team of workers to respond to passenger complaints and questions that appear on social media sites such as Twitter. For example, a Southwest Airlines passenger complained on Twitter last week that his suitcase was burned...
  • Better social media in 15 minutes or less

    Better social media in 15 minutes or less
    Fast is in. Fast Internet, fast lunches, fast cars. But what can you do fast to make your social media stronger than ever? I'm glad you asked. Here are a few tweaks and changes you can make quickly that will pay off immediately. DO: On Twitter, treat...
  • Winter Park 9th grader arrested over Twitter threats against teacher

    Winter Park 9th grader arrested over Twitter threats against teacher
    (This post has been updated to include an additional Twitter message reported by the Winter Park Police Department) A Winter Park High School ninth grader was arrested last week for posting threatening messages about a teacher on Twitter, according to a...
  • Naperville business community teaching kids career skills

    Naperville business community teaching kids career skills
    Naperville Central sophomore Alana Austin gave up social media this spring, and she says she hasn't missed a thing. Alana estimated she often spent two hours a day checking Twitter feeds or communicating with friends on Snapchat. It was a Student...
  • Caitlyn Jenner looks like Jessica Lange? 'That's an interesting bit of information,' Lange says

    Caitlyn Jenner looks like Jessica Lange? 'That's an interesting bit of information,' Lange says
    Caitlyn Jenner's revelatory Vanity Fair cover instantly drew comparisons to Oscar-winner Jessica Lange. The Daily Beast reached out to the "Blue Sky" and "Tootsie" star after her name trended on Twitter following Jenner's first public appearance as a...
  • Larger airlines get social media hate

    Larger airlines get social media hate
    People on social media love to hate airlines, and none more than the world's largest — American Airlines and Chicago-based United Airlines. In an analysis of tweets in 2014 and through this spring, 47 percent of posts about five large U.S. airlines...
  • Spirit Airlines robot responds to questions on social media

    Spirit Airlines robot responds to questions on social media
    Most major airlines now employ a team of workers to respond to passenger complaints and questions that appear on social media sites such as Twitter. For example, a Southwest Airlines passenger complained on Twitter last week that his suitcase was burned...