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Want to take a photo at your polling place today? Read this first

Published Nov. 8, 2016

Amid the excitement of exercising your democratic right and making your voice heard, then sharing that voice on social media, be sure you know state law regarding photography, both at a Wisconsin polling place and in the actual booth. It's a little murky and you're better off safe than sorry.

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Make Twitter great again

Published Nov. 3, 2016

Twitter's is Jeff Sherman's go-to news source. And like all content sources, it has its pitfalls and problems. Not enough quality, too much yelling - you've heard them all. So how do we make Twitter better? Here are several ideas.

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Justin Timberlake gives UWM a graduation shout-out

Published May 24, 2016

A UWM graduation video featuring new grads dancing around Milwaukee to Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop The Feeling" has racked up a ton of views - one of which must've been JT himself, as he took to Twitter to congratulate the new graduates.

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LocaMoji brings local and Milwaukee culture to small screens

Published April 20, 2016

You can now express yourself event more locally with characters that aren't available anywhere else. Feeling summer? Brat time. Feeling salty? Throw out a Milverine. Want to connect with your best friend? Send out an old-school Milwaukee Laverne and hope for a Shirley in return.

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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.

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Twitter shoots down stars, hearts hearts instead

Published Nov. 3, 2015

Last night, you likely favorited your last tweet. This morning, Twitters users were likely surprised to discover the golden star of social media recognition was replaced by cute little red hearts, as favoriting has now been turning into liking (wonder what Facebook has to say about that).

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Criticizing sports fans is just sour grapes

Published April 7, 2015

In the overwhelming joy about the Badgers victory over Kentucky, there were a few threads that claimed it was silly to root while so much serious stuff was going on in the world. The people filling social media with such thoughts totally missed the point.

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Conversation: A chat with WITI's Ted Perry

Published Jan. 28, 2015

The story tellers don't just repeat what happened. The reporters, producers, editors, video and photo journalists, engineers, managers and directors ... they all have had a hand in what is shaped before it is delivered. Ted Perry is one of those people.

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The different versions of me

Published Jan. 6, 2015

I remember back in college, I came to the realization that several different versions existed of me. Those different versions of me continue to this day, but nowhere are they more pronounced than on social media. I embraced Twitter long before Facebook and Instagram, but now active on all three, you'll experience a totally different Andy Tarnoff if you only look in one place.

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A simple tweet helps takes down a tattered banner

Published Aug. 29, 2014

The months old, "Now Open" banner was ruining the view, the street and the patio's look and feel. So, I tweeted about it. Respectfully, of course. And, nearly instantly, management responded.

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Local fundraiser based on "Dancing with the Stars"

Published Jan. 28, 2014

The National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin used dancing as the draw for its Spotlight on Life dinner that illuminated more than 2,000 children and adults waiting for a life-saving organ transplant in Wisconsin.