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Gainesville resident Thomas Sanders has produced about 800 Vine videos and amassed an army of 5.8 million followers on the social app. Despite this new-found fame, Sanders is still an active member of the local community.
Three Gainesville residents have created an app to share science news and technology projects. Launched in March, STEM’d is meaningful social media that works to increase collaboration in science.
Grace Marketplace is asking for the community’s help to raise $50,000 in 50 days. The organization will be launching a social media campaign that will begin Dec. 11, which aims to move residents from the shelter into houses and apartments. Supporters can be seen on the corner of University and Main Street, holding cardboard signs asking for money and support, along with the hasthtag, #FundGrace.
Until recently, college students have been warned to be cautious about the role of social media when it comes to the job search. Now, the National Association of Colleges and Employers says social media sites can be used in the favor of job seekers and as a way to help graduating students potentially land their next jobs.
Today Facebook added the newest option to update on your timeline, the co-founder Mark Zukerberg added an organ donor option to include on your timeline sharing your story about when, where, and why you decided to become a donor. Florida’s 89.1, […]
With details continuing to emerge surrounding the case, supporters of Martin everywhere have become enraged about law enforcement’s lack of action up to this point. Though the case began in the small city of Sanford, Florida, it has captured the […]
As petitions for George Zimmerman’s arrest continue to spring up on social media websites such as Facebook, so is the growing interest in what his motivation for shooting 17-year-old Trayvon could have been. Zimmerman has previously been referred to as “Neighborhood Watch […]
A popular social media website is celebrating a birthday today. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT FM’s Stephanie Denardo reports on the impact of social media websites, like Twitter.
Each year, college football recruits from all over steal the eyes of sports nation while they decide where to play. National Signing Day, typically the first Wednesday of February, allows touted and under-the-radar recruits alike to revel in the attention […]