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Twitter Experience

The Twitter assignment for class was really interesting and helpful, as I was able to see how different organizations try and brand themselves.  It was also interesting to see what type of tactics these organizations use to reach their audiences. 428 more words

Twitter 'verifies' Muslim Brotherhood while expelling conservatives | TheHill

Twitter says verified accounts are those viewed as being in the “public interest,” and emphasizes “users in music, acting, fashion, government, politics, religion, journalism, media, sports, business, and other key interest areas.”  via Pocket… 8 more words

Gitmo prisoner reveals that Saudi ‘terrorist rehab’ center is a scam | New York Post

Counterterrorism experts have long suspected Saudi Arabia’s “rehabilitation” center for terrorists does a poor job of de-radicalizing jihadists. But a Saudi detainee at Guantanamo Bay now reveals it’s actually a recruiting and training factory for jihad. 10 more words

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The Cavalier Daily - :: TURNER: Jefferson’s legacy is worth defending

At the risk of offending 469 University faculty colleagues and students who protest University President Teresa Sullivan’s practice of quoting University founder Thomas Jefferson “in light of Jefferson’s owning of slaves and other racist beliefs,” I would submit another Jefferson quote: via Pocket… 10 more words

This Historian Wants You To Know The Real Story Of Southern Food : The Salt : NPR

Michael Twitty wants you to know where Southern food really comes from. And he wants the enslaved African-Americans who were part of its creation to get credit. 27 more words