A Ragan writer shares her recent trials and tribulations with Twitter.
The media criticized the British comedian for his hosting of the Golden Globes. But was it really that bad?
A joint study from Harvard and Northeastern monitored the nation's tweets minute-by-minute for the past three years.
Knowing what to look for might save you or someone close to you--before it's too late.
Facebook appears to be the hands-down David Beckham of the Web. It dominated the online traffic game.
Are these results surprising? Not really.
The way to win their affection is by giving them free stuff.
Writer/director Judd Apatow is an avid tweeter -- because he's looking for distractions from writing.
Twitter ranked No. 29, between Weather.com and CNN. Facebook was No. 3.
But isn’t driving and tweeting a dangerous idea?
The late-night funnyman lampooned the popular social network.
The site was down for more than an hour last night.
Craig Kanalley, a former digital intern at the Chicago Tribune, will be the traffic/trends editor at the popular blog network
A new service for communicating with your Jewish mother guarantees you an audience of one. Oh, if only this were real.
Nostalgia and charm mark this 1948 promotional film about Chicago.
From the same cartoon that explained what Twitter is, comes a video exploring what Twitter has become—a virtual echo chamber for "Hollywood narcissism."
From the boys and girls at College Humor: Real life Twitter, not this virtual baloney.
Now you can find out. And by the way, Oprah is not number one (she’s number seven).
The boys at PR Newser blog are conducting a one question survey about the “Novelty PR” of Twitter. How long will it last? They’re asking.
And you thought Twitter’s 140 character limit was a challenge, try communicating in 26-character posts.