Fast on the courts, and swift on the streets, in an eight-second video Lebron told the world, well his millions of social media followers, how he beat South Florida traffic on his way to Sun Life for the much talked-about Justin Timberlake and Jay Z concert Friday night.
A South Miami man appeared before a judge at bond court Friday after confessing to killing his wife during an argument and posting a picture of her dead body on his Facebook page.
It’s time to head to a bar, grab a drink and look for a – job. Forget the usual stuffy job fairs or having to fax a resume to a potential employer, these days a person can hit the bar scene and the job market all at the same time.
These days it seems like everybody is using Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to share their most intimate thoughts online.
Need more proof that social media is an integral part of our daily lives? We preview a social media conference coming to South Florida that will show bloggers how to connect with companies, influence them, and make money doing so.
How many admissions officers are using the internet to screen applicants? What kind of online behavior affects a student’s admission to the college of their choice?
In the aftermath of the George Zimmerman trial, juror B-37 announced she had signed with an agent and intended to write a book about the trial.
As the six women on the jury continue deliberating to decide the fate of George Zimmerman, the man charged with the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin, people have taken to social media by way of a “blackout” movement to express their opinions.
It’s a tradition, a must have, a necessity for many Cuban coffee lovers.
Postings on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are playing a role in the trial of George Zimmerman who is charged in last year’s shooting death of 17-year old Trayvon Martin.