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.
You read the headline correct.
With social media the way it is, I think sports need to ban photos in the locker room.
“I didn’t ask you to put 800 bucks into a fantasy league. That’s all your fault. That’s your fault. I’m playing football. That’s your fault that you’re betting on me.”
A couple weeks ago, I was checking out twitter as usual and noticed that I had some new interactions.
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.
So what’s the latest on a crisp fall Friday? Glad you asked… here’s some crunchy tech news goodness.
A fishy write-in campaign by a Tweeting 20-pound carp has failed in Ann Arbor.
The weighty fish launched an unofficial write-in campaign via Twitter.
Here are some of the better tweets sent to @terryfoster971.