The two-day saga of the journalist suspended from Twitter because he posted the corporate email address of an NBC executive is over. [Twitter reinstated Guy… Read More »Twitter reinstates journalist banned for NBC Olympics criticism
YouTube is trying to get people who post comments on the video sharing site to use their real names, [according to the official YouTube blog](http://youtube-global.blogspot.com/2012/06/choosing-how-youre-seen-on-youtube.html).… Read More »YouTube hopes real names will help defeat nasty comments
Montana fire coordinators will use Twitter this summer to provide updates during wildfires
Update: It would seem that some online weren’t happy with the Department of Justice’s actions. News sites are reporting now that the group Anonymous attacked… Read More »Megaupload.com workers indicted for piracy
The Washington Post reports today that Wikipedia will black out English versions its site out on Wednesday to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act. The… Read More »Wikipedia joins blackout to protest SOPA
The popular blog Reddit will be blacked out for 12 hours on Jan. 18 to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act that is wending its way through the House of Representatives, according to a posting on the site.
An article published on Inc.com extolls the virtues of the Gallatin Valley as a home for tech start-ups.