February 24, 2010 - 8:07pm
When Pat Manley made a giant cutout of Syracuse Basketball coach Jim Boeheim's head, he wasn't planning to start a phenomenon.

All his life, Pat Manley heard the criticisms of the Syracuse student section at the Carrier Dome. It was always too quiet, too boring. That it lacked the creativity of other, better student sections around the Big East. 

It is a perception Manley, a current SU graduate student majoring in political science, set out to change. So when the opportunity arose to do something about it, he made sure to take advantage. 

November 17, 2009 - 1:33pm
See the conversation on Twitter (#IraGlass) as the popular host of 'This American Life' speaks at Syracuse University.

Following are the Twitter updates from Ira Glass' lecture at Hendricks Chapel on Tuesday, Nov. 17. To join the discussion, add #IraGlass to your Twitter updates.

October 20, 2009 - 4:12pm
The staff of The NewsHouse fills you in on our social media strategy.

Let’s talk social media.

Celebrities are doing it. Businesses are doing it. And most likely, you’re doing it too.

According to a blog by Facebook creator Mark Zuckerburg, there are 250 million people on Facebook. That number is from July 2009, and it’s only getting larger. People are signing up for accounts as you sit here reading this.

Like many other...

October 11, 2009 - 2:35pm
A few insights into the day The New York Times' tech guy stopped by.

David Pogue had just hit the 1 million follower mark on Twitter the day he spoke with The NewsHouse for our video interview.

Though later on Sept. 20, Pogue jokingly tweeted that his followers were a combination of spam, auto-follow and users who had left the site, during his interview it was clear why so many people look to him for tech advice.  Barely 5 minutes had passed before he began talking about gadgets.  All it took was one quick glance...

September 20, 2009 - 11:39pm
Set to speak at Syracuse University today, the popular New York Times tech columnist discusses his new book, Twitter and the future of technology.

Twitter connects David Pogue with an audience of more than 1,000,000 people interested in his gadget reviews, blog posts, and...