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Hackers use @foxnewspolitics to Tweet Fake Obama Assassination at Restaurant

Hackers use @foxnewspolitics to Tweet Fake Obama Assassination at Restaurant

| July 4, 2011 | 0 Comments

According to Mashable a hacker group calling themselves Scriptkiddies broke into the Fox News Politics twitter account @foxnewspolitics on July 4th and started sending fake tweets about President Barack Obama being assassinated at Ross’ Restaurant in Iowa. So, why did the hackers pick Ross’ Restaurant?

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Coffee Bar Event: What’s Hapa’nin’ Now

Coffee Bar Event: What’s Hapa’nin’ Now

| May 11, 2010 | 5 Comments

When you arrive at a pop-up restaurant 35 minutes before service is supposed to begin, and there’s already a crowd milling around the outdoor patio, and a cheery host tells you to expect an hour-long wait — you imagine that the meal is the draw. When the food doesn’t measure up to your expectations — admittedly pretty high under the circumstances — you wonder if the kitchen isn’t playing catch-up to marketing — the sort of fashionable frenzy only a well-oiled social networking machine can generate.

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Cage Match: Ruth Bourdain vs. Pim

Cage Match: Ruth Bourdain vs. Pim

| April 8, 2010 | 3 Comments

The Twitterverse is getting all hot and bothered over the latest Ruth Bourdain stunt. Some are wondering: food blogger and celeb Pim, should you “watch your back”?… and if so, what does that mean in the online world?

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Bay Area Bites on Twitter

Bay Area Bites on Twitter

| February 26, 2009 | 0 Comments

Twitter, the microblogging site, is rapidly becoming a time-sensitive source for news and information about what is happening in the world of food. Bay Area Bites uses Twitter to share daily food highlights chosen from our favorite food & drink resources as well as share stories covered by KQED Food.

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Bay Area Food Bloggers on Twitter

Bay Area Food Bloggers on Twitter

| October 14, 2008 | 1 Comment

Do you know about Twitter? It’s the reason that many Bay Area food blogs have been lying dormant lately, and why mothballs are piling up on our RSS readers. Twitter is a “micro-blogging” site where users can post statements of 140 characters or less. And many of us do it, many times a day. It’s quick and following your favorite bloggers is easy to do. Even if you’re not interested in “tweeting” yourself, you can set up a Twitter account and follow your favorite bloggers. Just select the links below and press “follow” under the username. Then, each time you go to Twitter, you’ll be able to see what everyone is up to.

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