Tag Archives: Social network service

Following the Beit T’ Shuvah Marathon Team

By Lon Levin/President/BTS Communications Early Sunday morning and I mean early…5:30, I arrived at Santa Monica Pier to meet my BTS Communications media team. We were meeting to record video and take photographs of the Beit T’ Shuvah Marathon team … Continue reading

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Making Friends with Words with Friends

By Jaron Zanerhaft 129 points for QUIZ??? Well, if you get the Q on a triple -letter box and the word on a triple-word box, that letter Q is worth 90 points alone.  Any lucky soul who has had the … Continue reading

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To Unfriend, Or Not To Unfriend?

By Jamie Zabludowski   The infamous words, “Facebook stalking.” We’ve all done it, well, I know I have! Sitting at our computers for hours at a time, reading news feed after news feed. We see what our friends have been … Continue reading

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Student Suspended Over Facebook Post

By Ben Spielberg In the beginning of this past November, a woman named Dawnmarie Souza was fired from her job in Connecticut after she complained about her boss on Facebook. Unfortunately, a similar case is unfolding right now in northern … Continue reading

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Indian Priest? Ya, He’s My Friend

Image via Wikipedia By M. Alexander I lose my phone a few times a year.  The first couple of times that this happened, I was devastated.  All of my friends’ numbers were lost forever.  How would I keep in touch … Continue reading

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Posers or Pioneers?

Image via CrunchBase Google’s first departure from being a dedicated search engine and into the vast array of an ever-expanding cyber world launched in 2004. It was called Gmail, and very quickly became wildly successful. There were a few things … Continue reading

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When A Simple LOL Gets Super Serious

Image via CrunchBase The National Labor Relations Board, an independent federal agency that began in 1935, are in charge of determining whether certain work related terminations are unlawful or not. Recently, a 42-year-old woman named Dawnmarie Souza was fired by … Continue reading

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