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Tweet Follow me Whatever triggered the City of Oakland’s notice for Occupy Oakland / Occupy Wall Street to leave Downtown Oakland’s City Hall Plaza, the organization’s response to the eviction notice on Twitter was notable. It elected to retweet a tweet by an Oaklander who goes by @wiljago: @wiljago wiljago Announcement regarding...

Tweet Follow me Muammar Gaddafi was killed by Libyan Rebels earlier today, various news sources have reacted similarly to the reaction that came from Osama Bin Laden’s death. The Libyan people are shown as being very happy now. The headline story for CNN, MSNBC, FOX, ABC, CBS and BBC were all that Gaddafi was killed – not all the sites...

Tweet Follow me Some really interesting tech products are being introduced as we move toward the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show. Here’s two of this for this blog: Velocomp iBike and SensoGlove Digital Golf Glove. The Velocomp iBike is described this way: … by www.iBikeDash.com, a leading sports technology company and creator of the iBike...

Tweet Follow me Atlanta, Georgia – “Social Media News” is a weird term when you stop to consider that social media produces news. That Twitter tweet about Digital Atlanta, Google Buzz, NFL Football or Cal Bears Sports, or Hope Solo, or President Obama. The blog post about the deep dish pizza you just ate. All of that, and more,...

Tweet Follow me In Oakland’s political history, or at least since Mayor Lionel Wilson, no Mayor of this town has ever been associated with a speech that could even be twisted as having a racial or ethnic bias. And for two basic reasons: 1) it’s not in step with Oakland’s wonderful melting pot, and the pride of diversity expressed...

Tweet Follow me Just overcoming the bad press surrounding the news that Texas Governor and GOP Presidential Candidate Rick Perry owns a family hunting camp once called “Niggerhead,” now there’s more racially-charged news about the Texan. According to The Huffington Post, Perry voted against sanctions on Apartheid-era South Africa....

Tweet Follow me There was a time, not too long ago, that YouTube had something called the YouTube Partners Program, and was specifically directed at helping constant YouTube contributors to earn a living at making video content. There was also a time that YouTube was very focused on news organizations. Functions like YouTube Direct were pitched...

Tweet Follow me 42-year-old Scott Dekraai is described by his neighbors and friends as a “nice guy” who’s leg was injured while he was trying to help a fellow tugboat worker. But that Seal Beach resident is not considered anything like “nice” now, as he’s the suspect in a mass murder that has shocked that town....

Tweet Follow me Dearborn, Michigan has held the Arab American Festival for the past 16-years. The festival is hosted by the Arab American Council, and the media coverage that it receives is mostly focused on the Christian protestors who attend the event and get arrested. The most recent Arab American festival got a lot of media coverage, because...

Tweet Follow me The reported plan by Iran to assassinate a Saudi Ambassador named Adel al-Jubeir is both shocking and confusing. The Obama Administration has uncovered the alleged scheme and arrested two men: an American-Iranian, Manssor Arbabsiar, and Gholam Shakuri, an Iranian. Both were fingered in the so-called “murder-for-hire”...

Tweet Follow me Atlanta, Georgia – The Oakland Raiders’ Al Davis and Apple’s Steve Jobs. That the San Francisco Bay Area could lose two icons (two “Raiders,” if you will) in three days, should be noted. Al Davis, who died this morning at 82 years old, was the Owner of The Oakland Raiders and like Steve Jobs, who passed...

Tweet Follow me Atlanta, Georgia – “Occupy Atlanta? You mean like Occupy Wall Street?,” a friend asked. Yes. As it turns out – and completely different from what CNN’s Jacqui Jeras reported on a map of cities with activities related to the Occupy Wall Street movement (or Occupy America, if you like), there is an organization...

Tweet Follow me The passing of Steve Jobs on Wednesday was reported by AdWeek.com and by theage.com to have broken the Twitter tweet-per-second record, moving Beyonce’s Baby Bump announcement aside as the most tweeted about event on Twitter in history, with 10,000 tweets per second. But that’s not true. According to a Twitter spokesperson,...

Tweet Follow me Twipic, the interesting and useful Twitter-based photo sharing platform, has a wild Terms-Of-Service document on its website that brings up more questions than answers. The basic question is, can a blogger use a Twitpic photo as the basis for a blog post or video blog post? The answer seems to be yes, but if you credit Twitpic as...

Tweet Follow me It was Mom who called to say that “Steve Jobs died of cancer,” and at the time, this blogger was bound for the gym. Instead, the entire evening schedule of workout and work was tossed in favor of going down to the SF (San Francisco) Apple Store. Why? Because a Foursquare note on my Apple iPhone (thanks, Steve) told me...

Tweet Follow me Two GOP stars, Herman Cain and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, made news today. Cain was in the news for being the first black GOP Presidential Candidate to appear on ABC’s The View this morning. Governor Christie made the headlines for his decision not to seek the GOP nomination for President of The United States. Good. But...

Tweet Follow me So Apple’s about to introduce the much anticipated iPhone 5 on Tuesday morning at 10 AM (and not at Moscone Center, but at Apple’s Headquarters in Cupertino). What’s the deal? Well, that Apple’s not holding such an incredibly important event at Moscone Center in San Francisco is a big deal in itself. Moscone...

Tweet Follow me Well, it’s that time again. That time Apple introduces another product we all expect to be super cool, and have a presentation that we know will be super cool. This one is scheduled for Tuesday and to rollout the much anticipated iPhone 5, which is said to have a better camera and longer battery life. The only uncool aspect...

Tweet Follow me In this new Oakland News, Joel Young, the AC Transit Board Member and candidate for the Oakland 18th District Assembly Seat in the California Assembly, was cleared of sex attack charges. Alameda County Judge Judge Jacobson cleared AC Transit Director Joel Young of any wrongdoing in a peculiarly complicated case where, as the story...

Tweet Follow me A lot of Oakland, Ca. news, so let’s get to it. (Oh, and that’s Oakland, California, for international readers who may not know.) First, this blogger was a late attendee at a party thrown by “Men of The East Bay” for Emerge California. The idea was created by AC Transit Board Member Joel Young as a way to...

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