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Idiots on Twitter Defend Adrian Peterson’s Abuse of 4-Year-Old Son

Twitter comes to the defense of Adrian Peterson with a rush of ignorant tweets.

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Knobe Offers Rewards for New VPU Twitter Followers

Admittedly, Viewpoint University Chancellor Rick Knobe has been initially wary of social media.  However he has grown to embrace some aspects of the modern world.

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Real Time Weather Service Updates

See the latest from the Nation Weather Service Sioux Falls office in real time.

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Twitter Profile Changes Are Coming — Here’s What You Should Know

Have you seen Twitter's new look yet? Everything is getting bigger, but is it better?

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Twitter Becoming More Social

Some pretty big changes to Twitter today. Details here!

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Wither Twitter and South Dakota Politicians’ First Tweets?

(NPN) -- In celebration of the eighth birthday of the microblog/messenger service Twitter, they’ve made it easy for users to discover their own—or others’ first tweets.

While still a relatively new campaign and officeholder communication tool, many of the state’s major—and minor—politicians have jumped on the social media platform

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Twitter Beats Analysts Projections For 4Q Earnings

Who Has The Most Followers On Twitter? President Obama And Four Others

Two of them even beat out the President.

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S.D. Politicians’ Zombie Tweets Live on at Politiwoops

(NPN) -- Politicians and their careers eventually end up in graveyards actual and political. But their Twitter posts—even ones they’ve “killed”—remain zombies—undead--on Politiwoops.

Even South Dakota’s major politicians have found their “oops” moments documented on the site

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5 Things to Consider Before You Post on Facebook or Twitter

How many times have you read a facebook post and wondered: "Why the heck would someone post that?"  Yeah, me too.

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South Dakotans, Others Taking to Twitter to Kvetch about Shutdown

 

(NPN) – The halls of Congress and the nation’s airwaves are not the only places where partisans and citizens argue about the federal government shutdown.

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