The video depicts a boy being slapped by a woman then being asked about his grades and behavior.
“I just started crying … I’m like, `I know it wasn’t me.”‘
Researchers analyzed over one billion status updates among more than 100 million Facebook users.
There’s money talk and then there’s talk that costs you money. One young, yappy girl’s social media boast cost her dad $80,000.
“The church took the threat seriously, the police department took the threat seriously …”
It is worth more than GM and Ford combined according to an article in USA Today.
Lambert, Edwards & Associates, a Grand Rapids public relations firm with offices in Detroit and Lansing, says men dominated social media discussions on the Super Bowl before the game — but once it started, women joined the conversation.
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.