Posts in category "Social Media"

3 Reasons Why It's Hard to Be A Facebook Lawyer

3 Reasons Why It's Hard to Be A Facebook Lawyer
The internet and social media is making it harder for lawyers to know what’s OK in presenting their services to the public. Lawyers are advised to look to ethics rules to take precautions in light of the uncertainty. However, the conundrum is there is even uncertainty in the rules themselves. Rules, Rules, Rules Attorney ethics... Read more »

Why It's Time to Stand Up to Your Bullies TODAY

Why It's Time to Stand Up to Your Bullies TODAY
“Why It’s Time to Stand Up to Your Bullies TODAY” is part of the special weekly blog series is entitled: “The Point of  it All”. Every morning Exavier Pope broadcasts a series of inspiring messages on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. This blog series explores the deeper inspirations channeled by these messages. Please allow each post to... Read more »

Why I LOVE YOU

Why I LOVE YOU
“Why I LOVE YOU” continues the blog series is entitled: “The Point of  it All”. Every morning Exavier Pope broadcasts a series of messages on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. This blog series is why the messages are sent and the deeper meanings behind them. Other blogs in the series appear here.  Please allow it to... Read more »
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Casey Anthony Verdict: What Happened?

Casey Anthony Verdict: What Happened?
People screamed, shouted, cried, and deluged the internet in protest of the Casey Anthony verdict on Tuesday, July 5th. Anthony was found not guilty of First Degree Felony Murder charges for allegedly killing her then 2 year old Caylee Anthony, which could have brought the death penalty. Instead of death row, Anthony was merely convicted... Read more »

Exclusive Interview with ESPN's Scoop Jackson - Part II

Exclusive Interview with ESPN's Scoop Jackson  - Part II
This is a continuation of my exclusion discussion with ESPN columnist, on-air personality, and Chi-Town native Scoop Jackson. In Part II of this intriguing and engaging inerview, Scoop and I discuss a wide range of topics, from what finally made him finally say yes to ESPN, the uniqueness of his contract, race and the business... Read more »

Will NCAA Pay Players?: Electronic Arts Dismissed from Lawsuit

Will NCAA Pay Players?: Electronic Arts Dismissed from Lawsuit
SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge has dismissed video game maker Electronic Arts Inc. from a high-profile antitrust lawsuit challenging the NCAA’s long-standing prohibition against paying student athletes for their performance. But U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken on Monday refused to drop the bulk of the case, which accuses the NCAA and its marketing company... Read more »
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Can NFL Ban Its Players from Using Twitter?

Can NFL Ban Its Players from Using Twitter?
It was me who actually invented Twitter. Free association, a process originally developed by Sigmund Freud’s mentor Josef Breuer, is a technique where patients convey whatever comes into their minds without censoring. Sound familiar modern world? You bet. On Twitter people say all kinds of witty, informational, and outlandish things, mostly without reprisal.  The equation... Read more »

NBA Live Chat: Chicago Bulls v. Atlanta Hawks

NBA Live Chat: Chicago Bulls v. Atlanta Hawks
Chicago Bulls v. Atlanta Hawks – Game 1 of NBA Eastern Conference 2nd Round

Twitter is the New AP: News of Osama bin Laden's Death Breaks on Twitter Before Major News Sources

Twitter is the New AP: News of Osama bin Laden's Death Breaks on Twitter Before Major News Sources
President Obama addresses nation over death of Osama bin Laden Yesterday, May 1, 2011 at 10:36 p.m. EST, the 44th President of the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama, made an announcement of historic proportions. President Obama confidently walked up to the podium and relayed to the world that its most wanted man and... Read more »
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