Facebook can be fun, but kids need supervision on this and all sites to avoid dangers from 'friends' with less than ideal intentions.
Monday, July 30, 2012
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Milwaukee mayor uses Facebook, Twitter to inform while his foe in Democratic recall primary believes in more interaction with follower and fans. Meanwhile, incumbent Gov. Scott Walker expected to use some of his campaign cash to beef up his efforts.
If you want to know where Democratic gubernatorial primary candidate Kathleen Falk is, "liking" her FalkforWI campaign page would be a good place to start. On Monday, one post on the page read, "On Air with The Ed Schultz Show right now." Shortly before that, a photo of Falk talking into a microphone accompanied this caption, "Calling for Scott Walker to replace DNR head Cathy Stepp." Democrat Tom Barrett, on the other hand, isn't so much about location as he is about issues: ads about job losses under Republican Gov. Scott Walker, links to news articles about politically hot topics in Wisconsin and comments such as, "Thanks to your dedication and support, grassroots individuals across Wisconsin helped us raise $750,000 in just 25 days to …
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
The city hopes to reach more residents on Twitter and Facebook
Jeff Muenkel, city planner, announced that the city has officially launched sites on Twitter and Facebook. "It is something that I’ve thought about for some time from an economic development perspective for Muskego," Muenkel said. "Over the past years I’ve attended many conferences where we’ve seen other communities slowly move to using these new tools in order to reach out to businesses and residents. Facebook and Twitter are an exciting new path of bringing better transparency to the good things we do in this community and I hope we all embrace it. By doing this we are being innovators and are ahead of the curve than other municipalities which is another plus to making Muskego a better place." You can follow the city on Twitter
Friday, December 23, 2011
Facebook page, Twitter will allow more information to be shared with ever-mobile residents.
Jeff Muenkel, city planner for Muskego, announced Tuesday night that the city will 'go live' with a fan page on Facebook as well as a Twitter account in the new year. "We're hoping to get more information out there, and provide links back to the website on a regular basis," Muenkel explained. "News from the Police Department, Parks and Recreation, meetings - there's enough happening to provide things to post." Other Muskego organizations like the Chamber of Commerce, Lions Club and other related publications are already regulars in the social media world, he acknowledged. In addition, other cities also are using the medium to reach their residents and news organizations with news and events information. Muenkel said the sites will launch …