Twitter birds flock back to Benghazi

by Andrea Shea King -- Two events that generated quite a bit of Twitter activity this past week were the passing of comedienne Joan Rivers and the broadcast of Fox News' controversial "13 Hours at Benghazi." more…

Facebook caught suppressing news stories

by Andrea Shea King -- Intellectual Takeout posted an excerpt from a fascinating article by James E. Miller at Takimag, sardonically titled: "Facebook is Not Watching You." Miller says social media, in particular more…

Lefty journalist commits bullet blunder in Ferguson

by Andrea Shea King -- When Huffington Post reporter Ryan J. Reilly tweeted this from Ferguson, Missouri, he exposed himself to unmerciful teasing from the social media universe: Twitter aggregator Twitchy wasted no more…

Remarkable river of red honors WWI fallen

by Andrea Shea King -- “Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red” A river of red poppies commemorating the 100th anniversary of Britain's involvement in World War I surround England's Tower of London. more…

'Life hacks' make everyday living easier

by Andrea Shea King -- How have we survived without knowing these life hacks? Example: Did you know that most aluminum foil boxes have press-in tabs on the sides that secure the roll more…

Obama skewered by street artists

by Andrea Shea King -- When the president traveled to Hollywood last week for more fun fundraising with the "swells," he was greeted by street art that not only mocked him, it made more…

Perfectly timed pictures puzzle the eye

by Andrea Shea King -- I've frequently featured images in Surfin' Safari that captured my attention, awe, and admiration. This week's Surfin' Safari is devoted to amusements, fabulous photos that make you smile, more…