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47 crazy reasons you won't believe why I'm discussing "clickbait"

Published April 28, 2016

Angry readers, self-righteous writers and surly social media speculators are in a tizzy about an uptick in "clickbait," and in many respects, they have every right to be. In lots of cases, it's a bogus attempt to lure gullible readers, and ultimately, it won't and doesn't work.


14 best responses to Walker's weird skeleton hand tweet

Published March 1, 2016

Early Tuesday night, Scott Walker tweeted out a picture of a skeleton hand. It was more than a little head-scratching, serving as an unfortunate political metaphor - and a golden opportunity for some amusing Twitter humor.


A conversation with Milwaukee-raised Pulitzer Prize winner Ayad Akhtar

Published Feb. 19, 2016

Before "The Invisible Hand" hits the Rep stage, OnMilwaukee sat down with Brookfield-raised playwright Ayad Akhtar to talk about winning the Pulitzer, how people view Muslim characters and why social media is "the worst thing that's happened to American democracy."


Local woman challenges Facebook's "real-name" policy

Published Jan. 8, 2016

Lauryl Sulfate, who lives in Shorewood, is one of the millions of Facebook users who signed up using a pseudonym. For her, it's an issue of safety, but for Facebook, that's not enough to reinstate her account.


8 rules to Green Bay Packers fan online etiquette

Published Nov. 21, 2015

After the Packers' loss Sunday afternoon, people took to the Internet to rage. And that's totally fine and legitimate. But some of it left me sadder than Mason Crosby's kick. So here are some quick guidelines that we can hopefully follow for next Sunday to make Packer Nation a little more worthy of pride.

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Social Media Myth-Busting

There are a plethora of theories and opinions surrounding the topic of social media in the workplace.  Maybe you are one of the business leaders that subscribe to this school of thought: "Social media hurts productivity in the workplace only serves as a distraction." 

Netiquette 101: People Read This Stuff

I swear sometimes I think people think the net, web, social media, whatever you want to call, is more like a personal bulletin board than the very public freely accessible vehicle that it is. It is as if they think that their post will only be read by people they know or like and forget that re...

Why aren't more jewelers online?

Well the hunt has begun. I have officially started looking at rings.  Only one problem...I tend to be an online shopper and the online jeweler sites are either very limited or non-existent. I even tried twitter, only to find that few jewelers even have an account!I know I'm a socialite when...

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