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  1. Social Media Success Stories

    The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center witnessed a 9.5 percent increase in registrations by using social media. How do I measure the ROI of social media? Often, when receiving these questions, it's appropriate to quip: "What's the ROI of...

  2. Using Twitter as an Education Tool

    David Parry, assistant professor of Emerging Media and Communications at the University of Texas at Dallas, was a little apprehensive at first to use social media in the classroom, but after reading an article by Clive Thompson at Wired, he...

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  3. Google Road Kill: Will the Pulitzer Prize Live to Be 100?

    Then there was Rodger Jones of The Dallas Morning News for "his relentless editorials that led to mandating roll-call votes on all statewide legislation in Texas. Sig Gissler, 709 Journalism, 2950 Broadway, Mail Code 3865, Columbia University, New...

  4. Full Text Reports from the Congressional Research Service on Internet Privacy, Net Technology, and Protecting Children from "Unsuitable Material"

    So, it's best to check sources like Open CRS (and aggregator of web accessible CRS content), IPMall, and a collection from the University of North Texas Library, to make sure you're accessing the most current version of each report.

  5. Supremes: Institutions Can Block Legal E-Mail

    Direct reports on a Supreme Court decision holding that the University of Texas acted within its rights in blocking e-mails from LonghornSingles.com, even though addresses were obtained legally and complied with all anti-spam laws.

  6. Answers.com Buys "Answer Extraction" Engine Brainboost for $4 Million in Cash and Some Shares of Restricted Stock

    What is the nickname of Texas Christian University? The developer of Brainboost, Mr. Assaf Rozenblatt, has joined the Answers.com team as Director of Natural Language Research. My experiences with Brainboost over the years have been mediocre at best.

  7. Vanishing Act: The U.S. Government's Disappearing Data

    If not, will the University of North Texas librarians who operate a "CyberCemetery" of the documents of defunct government agencies preserve them? University of North Texas "CyberCemetery" http://govinfo.library.unt.edu/ UNT librarians maintain an...