Newspaper publishers and their writers have had to adapt to the changing world of media and figure out how to compete on the internet. Apparently Vito Stellino decided “if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em” and went right for it by tweeting a link to a porn site instead of a sports story. In this case, “beating ‘em” may be a figure of speech with more than one meaning.
Singer Chris Brown is a perfect villain for the world of wrestling. Current and former WWE champs CM Punk and the Iron Sheik are using Twitter to call out the Grammy-winning R&B performer, who is most infamous for assaulting fellow singer and former girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
Last night's Grammys were making each and every artist and subject trend on Facebook and Twitter. One of the highlights was Sir Paul McCartney taking the stage. Unfortunately for our younger generation, they didn't know who Paul McCartney was.
Nickelback and the world of sports just don’t seem to be getting along lately. Atlanta Braves relief pitcher Peter Moylan began a Twitter war with the band, who retaliated with some tough words of their own.
As Rep. Anthony Weiner held a press conference Monday afternoon, admitting that he sent a revealing photo of himself to a young woman on his Twitter account, comedians on Twitter were quick to pounce on the scandal.
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