By Carly Bell Sexual expression has come under fire this week following steps taken by social networking websites […]
More than 1 million votes were cast and the results are in for the best books in Goodreads […]
by Tom Barry
Social networking website Twitter celebrates its fifth birthday today.
The micro-blogging site, which enables users to follow the antics of friends and celebrities via posted updates known as tweets, was founded in March 2006 by Jack Dorsey, and has since grown from the simple idea of an individual using an SMS service to communicate with a small group to being one of the most popular forms of communication in the world and is today estimated to have over 200 million users, generating 65 million tweets a day.
By Chris Enderby Only in its second year the snow party is hoping to repeat its huge success […]
Expenses MPs to be tried Three ex-Labour MPs involved in the expenses scandal, including Jim Devine of Livingston, […]
By Jessica Swift Today’s launch of ‘The British Monarchy’ page on one of the world’s best known and […]
By Celeste Carrigan MySpace was one of the founding social networking sites, originating from California. The website appears […]
By Andy Mackie A facebook campaign against the closure of RAF Lossiemouth is expected to rally thousands of […]
By Chris Melvin Boasting a growing 500 million regular users, the Facebook group have launched the latest new […]
A string of pages on social networking sites have emerged paying tribute to some of the Capital’s most […]
The world is changing. Our parents and even our parents’ parents are likely to be savvy in the […]
A candidate for the Edinburgh Napier Student Association presidential election has withdrawn from the contest. Nathan Sparling issued […]
For Jon Morter and his 700,000 avid followers, (and counting) of the Facebook page, ‘Rage Against the Machine […]
By Andrew Donaldson
When Canadian Transport Minister Mike Baird sent a text message this week declaring “Thatcher is dead”, it didn’t take long for the news to spread like wildfire throughout Canadian politics.
Even the Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, was led to believe that Baroness Thatcher, Britain’s first female Prime Minister, had died aged 84.
By Ryan Culling A recent survey by a mobile phone price comparison website has found that traditional greetings […]
By Michael McLintock A man who has has been on the run from US authorities after allegedly stealing […]
By Jodi Mullen Tonight the News Room bar on Leith Street will play host to Edinburgh’s first ‘Tweetup‘, […]
In an effort to combat crime in the United Kingdom the Home Office has decided to use the […]
By Louise C. Aitken A report on the increasing number of Scottish employees being handed their P45’s after […]