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-Florida: Teacher Suspended for Anti-Gay Marriage Comments on Facebook

Thursday, August 18th, 2011

                                 (Image via Wikipedia) Jerry Buell,who teaches social studies at Mount Dora High School, received a ‘Teacher of the Year’ award in 2010. But this year he was suspended by his district for making anti-gay marriage comments on his personal Facebook page. In response to the legalization of same-sex marriage in New York, Jerry wrote […]

-Now even the Pope Tweets?

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

For those who continue to make fun of all the Millions ‘Tweeting’ away their lives, now even the Pope tweets.  Pope Benedict XVI sent out a message on Twitter to publicize the launch of the Vatican’s new website-  News.va, The following was the pope’s first message: "Dear Friends, I just launched http://t.co/fVHpS9y Praised be our […]

-The 5th Anniversary

Saturday, March 5th, 2011

Today is the 5th anniversary of this blog and my humble start in the blogosphere. In that time I have observed many different trends and changes. I have also seen many good blogs and bloggers come and go. Here’s a link to my very first article: “Technophobe Starts Blog” Millions of folks started blogging in […]

-BlogWorld and New media Expo 2010

Friday, October 15th, 2010

I am attending the BlogWorld Expo in Las Vegas today (Fri. 10/15) A great time to meet new people, see old friends, find new programs and apps. and re-evaluate everything you are doing online. Its like on big ‘Time-out’. The day started with a ‘key note’ discussion about how blogs and new media are affecting […]

-An Excuse to Regulate and Control Blogging?

Saturday, July 24th, 2010

Here’s a couple of CNN hosts discussing the possibility of regulating and controlling the Internet and particularly blogging. Response: An over-the-top response to the ‘Sherrod incident’. Many in government and the MSM would love to control the Internet. It has become the ‘wild west’ when it comes to ‘free speech’ and an alternate source of […]

-FCC Wants to Regulate The Internet? Does this Raise Flags for Anyone?

Saturday, October 24th, 2009

Image via Wikipedia The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 5-0 on Thursday to begin proceedings on formulating new Internet regulations. The pretense for FCC involvement revolves around a concern for providing some kind of so-called ‘net neutrality rules’ to even the playing field for different ISP providers. However, some are concerned that this is like […]