Cincinnati Zoo Deletes Twitter Account Amid Harambe CommentsThe Twitter account of an Ohio zoo targeted by online critics and trolls over the shooting of a gorilla has been taken down.
Penguins Take To Social Media To Post Parade Photos, Thank FansMaybe Kris Letang put it best on Instagram, “What a feeling and what a town. Thank you Pittsburgh.”
Website Claims It Received Data For 32 Million Twitter AccountsIt might be time for you to get more creative when it comes to your twitter password.
Steelers LB Takes To Twitter In Joke Over Cincinnati GorillaIt may be the NFL offseason, but the rivalry between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals doesn’t stop.
Survey: Most Americans Get Their News From Social MediaA majority of adults are getting their news on social media according to a new study.
Study: Sickest Cities In America, Pittsburgh Comes In 9thFeeling a bit under the weather? A new study lists Pittsburgh among the sickest cities in the nation.
Jim Colony: Socializing With Jared HughesReliever Jared Hughes is certainly among the more outgoing Pirates, probably the most, in fact. So, it’s not surprising that Hughes is fairly active on social media.
Whole Foods Sparks Outrage With Pre-Peeled OrangesWhole Foods is doing some major back-pedaling after irking customers with pre-peeled oranges.
Pirates Players Learn To Tune Out Critics On Social MediaSocial media has become part of everyday life, but sometimes, it’s not so nice and can get downright personal, and that's why some of the guys in the Pirates locker room have learned to tune it out.
DeAngelo Williams: ‘Tom Brady Is The Only One Who Likes Belichick’Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams is spending some of his offseason chatting with his fans on social media.
Twitter Tweaks Its Timeline To Look A Bit More Like FacebookTwitter is making a significant change to its timeline that will resemble Facebook’s newsfeed.
Social Media Use Linked To Sleep DisturbancesYoung adults who spend a lot of time on social media during the day, or check it frequently throughout the week are more likely to suffer sleep disturbances according to a new study.

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