Twitter: Who I’m Following, Part 2

In a continuation from yesterday’s post, I am listing the people that I am following on Twitter along with a mini-description of who/what they are/have done. @UN: While I may not always agree with what the UN does (or doesn’t do), I think that the work they do is very important to fostering a global …

Twitter: Who I’m Following, Part 1

So I did it. I finally did it. I joined the Twitterverse. I’m not sure how or why, but I had the strange idea that Twitter was mainly for cell phones and seeing as though I don’t have a cell phone, I never joined. A few months ago, I decided that I might dip my …

Misrepresenting the News: Infer-mation Overload

In a previous post, I talked about how the same news is reported from different perspectives. This post is about a blatant misrepresentation of fact. In the first line of this article, the author writes: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday that Al Jazeera is gaining more prominence in the U.S. because it …

The Superbowl and Twitter

Earlier today, I took the time to watch the Superbowl. While I watched the Superbowl, I also followed things on Twitter — something I have never done before. I currently do not have a Twitter account and so the ‘Twitterverse’ is something that is quite foreign to me. I do find myself onto Twitter from …

Where on the Internet is Jeremiah Stanghini?

[Author’s Note: This post was updated on April 6th, 2011, to add/remove sites that I frequent on the Internet.] [Author’s Note #2: This post was updated again on June 14th, 2011, to reflect that I am now on Twitter.] I am by no means Carmen Sandiego, but I thought it’d be helpful to do a post about the …