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Tom Friedman: Emanuel Left White House For Chicago Because Of 'Unpleasant' Social Media
Thomas Friedman tells Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer that Rahm Emanual left the White House to run for mayor of Chicago because he didn't want to put up with "unpleasant" people on social media and blogs.
Tom Friedman: Emanuel Left White House For Chicago Because Of 'Unpleasant' Social Media
Thomas Friedman tells Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer that Rahm Emanuel left the White House to run for mayor of Chicago because he didn't want to put up with "unpleasant" people on social media and blogs. Read more...
Open Thread - Join Us On Social Media!
Crooks and Liars is where you are on the web. Read more...
The Lessons Of Tweeting While Justine Sacco
Yes, her tweet was inexcusably ignorant and racist, but the world's reaction isn't exactly excusable either. Read more...
Are We All Drowning In Social Media Streams?
Social media streams are more like relentless, rushing torrents with no respite. Is 2013 the beginning of their end? Read more...

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Did BP's Public Relations Effort Include Online Harassment And Stalking?
After the Gulf Oil Spill, BP hired a high-powered public relations firm to clean up their image. Did that include online harassment and stalking? Read more...
Blogging About Republican Officials Is A Crime In Alabama
Why did Alabama jail a local blogger? He wrote about the wrong people. Read more...
Alleged 14-Year-Old Rape Victim's Family Home Burned To The Ground
Some form of victim-blaming occurs in virtually every sexual assault case, she says, but it can be particularly intense in small towns. Read more...
Truck Decal Featuring A Bound Woman In Texas
A decal of a woman bound hand and foot and tossed in the back of a pick-up truck is a publicity stunt by a company in Waco, Texas. Read more...
Restaurant Condemned For Refusing To Seat Group Of African-Americans
The party of 25 waited patiently for 2 hours to be seated. Upon being seated, they were told by the shift manager that there was a problem: One white patron felt threatened by the presence of the party of twenty five blacks. Read more...