SU students take to Twitter to voice their feelings on Nas' no-show.
Amidst all the fanfare and good vibes that filled the Carrier Dome at last night’s One World Concert, one highly-anticipated artist that was slated to perform within the all-star lineup was noticeably absent: Nas.
Speakers discussed how Twitter allows people to make connections during the first #140cuse conference in the Schine Student Center.
Students, professionals and social media junkies gathered in the Schine Underground on Thursday to listen, learn and network with one another about the power of social media at Syracuse University's first #140cuse conference.
Take part by tweeting or following the discussion at #SMinEDU starting at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17.
Social media has emerged as a dominant force in society. Everywhere we turn there are examples of sites like Twitter and Facebook being used in new and innovative ways. How is this affecting how teachers teach and how students learn? Are social media tools being utilized to their fullest potential? This is your chance to discuss it with people wondering the same things.
Deal cost Facebook about $1 billion in cash and stock
A picture is worth a thousand words...or $1 billion dollars.
In Facebook's largest acquisition ever, the social network shelled out $1 billion dollars in cash and stock to purchase Instagram.
Instagram is the wildly popular mobile application where users can take pictures on their smartphones and upload them to the application, where they can add cool effects to the photos and share them with followers. The app has about 30 million users and Instagram estimates that 5 million photos are uploaded per day.
Social media's hottest new site is the perfect way to brainstorm a 'hoppy' holiday menu
So you like cooking, baking or Pinterest-ing in your free time? Great.
Don't have free time? We get it.
If you're anything like us, it's April 1 and you just realized there's, oh, four weeks left in the semester. That's why we've customized a board full of foodie ideas to make you very, very "hoppy" this Easter.
The recipes range from fun to international (Babka? What's that?) and might even provide the visuals for a cultural lesson or two.
Prosecution and defense plan to use Twitter, Facebook, text messages, and e-mails to acquit or convict Clementi’s former roommate, Dharun Ravi, on a number of charges
When Rutgers University student Tyler Clementi jumped off the George Washington Bridge in New York City in September 2010, his death garnered nationwide attention as the reason for his suicide was unclear. With opening arguments in his former roommate’s case beginning as early as the end of this week, some questions may get answered.
Dharun Ravi, Clementi’s former roommate, is charged with bias intimidation, invasion of privacy, witness tampering, and hindering prosecution—charges that could put Ravi behind bars for 10 years and possibly deport him back to India if convicted.