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  As a mentor of African-American male youth in the community, one of the things I’m constantly looking for is information and resources. But whether…

  These days the “Twitterverse” is inescapable and who can believe that just a decade ago the term “tweet” was still associated with birds. But…

Russell Simmons is the latest victim of social media backlash. A video purported to be Harriet Tubman’s sex tape hit his You Tube channel yesterday…

While in Mooresville today, President Barack Obama unveiled a plan today to connect nearly every U.S. classroom to high-speed Internet. The plan expands broadband and…

An alleged Nicki Minaj sex tape is on its way, amid months of speculation after a leaked photo found its way onto the internet.

AOL has purchased the liberal blog-turned-Internet sensation the Huffington Post for $315 million. In a move that is sure to rock both the worlds of journalism and the Internet, AOL has placed all of its editorial properties under the supervision of Arianna Huffington, who will be the newly-formed Huffington Post Media Group’s editor-in-chief. The New […]

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Digital technology makes copying and pasting easy, of course. But that is the least of it. The Internet may also be redefining how students — who came of age with music file-sharing, Wikipedia and Web-linking — understand the concept of authorship and the singularity of any text or image. “Now we have a whole generation […]

VIA: WRAL.COM It’s not quite like home, but Mecklenburg County court officers have made jury duty less of a chore for thousands called in from their daily routines. The juror assembly room in the downtown Charlotte courthouse has free wireless Internet, a business center to catch up on work, a day care center and even […]

VIA: WTVD.COM Use of downtown Raleigh’s free WiFi network, “You R Connected,” has increased by 90 percent since the winter months, according to the Downtown Raleigh Alliance. This city service, launched last October, is intended for casual use in outdoor public spaces such as City Plaza, Moore Square, Nash Square and Fayetteville Street. Trends show […]