We expect the ability to communicate with anyone, anywhere and at any time. Thanks to Delta Air Lines, we now have the ability to update friends and family on flight status and arrival plans from 30,000 ft. in the air. Continue reading
Author Archives: Eva Coke
About Eva CokeI am a current senior at Southern Methodist University pursuing a public relations major and advertising minor.
For the past 10 years, Twitter’s most iconic feature has been the 140 character limit. However, as of Sept. 26, a small group of users is now capable of posting tweets double that length. Twitter is allowing certain accounts to use 280 characters on a trial basis, and it might surprise you why. Continue reading →
Since 2009, wannabe actors, models, and musicians have aspired to display Twitter’s coveted blue checkmark on their profiles. That’s when you know you’ve made it, right? Not necessarily. It is becoming more and more common for accounts with comparatively small numbers of followers to earn verification. Continue reading →
There was once a time when the extent of Twitter’s functionality was telling friends what you ate for breakfast. Those days are long since over. Social media is saving lives of hurricane victims by providing a means of communication in areas where phone lines have been severed. Continue reading →