On this week’s Michigan Matters, Brian Eisenberg, co-owner of FamilySignal, talks with Host Carol Cain about a new website and app that the local firm has created to alert parents to possible dangers of cyber bullying of their teens.
“It’s a way of looking for affirmation; it’s a way of seeking approval …”
E. Lansing police are turning to Facebook to track down the miscreants involved in the post-game rioting.
When it comes to holiday eating, it can be tough to figure out the healthiest options or have the discipline to choose them. For a third year running, Healthy Blue Xtras will help people make it onto the “nutritional nice list” with a fun, interactive, online game, available on Blue Cross’ A Healthier Michigan Facebook page.
The Detroit manufacturer Shinola has launched an online campaign to encourage holiday shoppers to buy American. Called Makers Monday, the effort aims to encourage buying American-made merchandise on Monday, Dec. 2.
The latest award and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
The 13-year-old’s mother said her daughter left their home late at night, climbing out a bedroom window to take off with the 34-year-old California man.
A Facebook page has stirred up some controversy because of some pictures posted to the site.
Who’s watching you? What are they learning about you? And how can you turn it off?
The internet is like a permanent marker. Whatever you write will be there forever.
That advice comes from Emily Hay, founder of Hay There Social Media. Her company works with kids and parents to show them how to use sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram safety and effectively