When Kathryn Daum came up with the idea for the Facebook group Sitka Chatters with her friend Sam back in 2013, she never imagined it would grow to an important community forum with over 9,000 members.
Some lawmakers are moving to Parler and MeWe. The social media platforms are unmoderated so users can post whatever they want — including hate speech and conspiracy theories.
Tuesday the state Division of Election begins counting more than 130,000 absentee and early ballots. To win, Gross needs to capture about 70% of them.
Rep. Ivy Spohnholz wrote on Twitter that she is home with her family recuperating from a pulmonary embolism.
Among those who responded: Ric Flair. The covfefe kerfuffle is a reminder that we’re living in a unique political era, when even the words are brand-new.
The president-elect’s comments on Israel, China and nuclear policy also highlight how reactionary comments on social media can immediately spur international concern and attention.
Cybersecurity requirements for presidential smartphones could limit Trump’s use of an app like Twitter, but President Trump also could ignore any recommendations that inhibit his use of social media.
William Quayle, Jr. is running for the District 1 Juneau Assembly seat. The municipal election is Oct. 4.
One tweet referred to Donald Trump as a “red-faced mansplainer.”
Juneau singer-songwriter Marian Call has gone internet-famous again, this time with the Twitter hashtag #FirstSevenJobs.