Find deals on Twitter and Instagram via our Black Friday New Jersey hashtag #bfnj
Friday, November 23, 2012
On Thanksgiving, timing is everything — proper coordination between bird, beans and stuffing can be the difference between the perfect stress-free meal with loved ones or a complete kitchen catastrophe. On Black Friday, getting on the right line at just the right time might save you hours and help you snag that perfect gift at a once-in-a-lifetime price. Patch is here to turn that dream into a reality and make smart shopping on Black Friday ridiculously easy. Find us on Instagram and Twitter and connect with us and local readers via our Black Friday New Jersey hashtag #bfnj. We'll be sharing up-to-the-minute deals, 140-character anecdotes, and photos and video from the front lines of consumerism. Show us those long lines, share your …
Recent news has teachers and social media use front and center. What's your opinion?
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
The First Amendment protects Americans' right to free speech. But how does that affect educators and how they interact with, or in front of, their students. A firestorm has started in Union Township and beyond and beyond by after a teacher allegedly posted comments anti-gay remarks on her Facebook site, according to NJ.com. Social media policies–or the possible creation of them–in districts are becoming a major talking point across the state. A law professor at Rutgers told the Star-Ledger recently that social media interaction between teachers and parents/students may be "buying significant problems," but that the same interaction could "help students and parents." So, what do you think? Should there be policies in place to police …