July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Michelle Jones brings electronic connections into the real world tonight at Sweet Surrender.
If you're under 25, into tech, or just watch the Daily Show, you've heard of Twitter. For those of you who are less tech savvy, it's a tool which gives people 140 characters to share what's going on in their lives that instant. Think of it like a semi-public text messaging forum. It's a constant,...
May 20, 2010 - 7:56am
A summary of local news for May 20, 2010
Both Republican candidates for U.S. Senate thanked their supporters on Twitter, but neither Democrat did. What would your moms say? [Twitter and Twitter]
July 29, 2012 - 7:57pm
The LFPL finally returns its main building to glory
The August 2009 flood caused approximately $8 million in damage to the main branch of the Louisville Free Public Library (LFPL), and many irreplaceable volumes were lost. However, thanks to insurance money, and contributions from the Metro government and the Library Foundation, the main branch of...
March 8, 2010 - 3:55pm
Local residents' commentary augments telecast and local media coverage of last night's Oscars
Courtesy of a search on Digital Louisville, here are the 10 funniest tweets from Louisville residents about last night's broadcast of the Academy Awards:
--Amuk3: " There's an approx. .0000001% chance a huge asteroid will hit Earth in next 30 years. #thingsicareaboutlessthantheoscars" [sic]
February 5, 2010 - 6:48pm
When media outlets feud, it reminds me of the time two special ed kids in high school got in a put-down fight.
When media outlets spat it reminds me about the time in high school (no, I didn't go to Trinity or Saint X, but thanks for asking) when two students in the special ed class got in a put-down fight in the bathroom: it doesn't matter who wins, neither party looks pretty and everyone else ends up...