SEE ALSO:- John Hoff fined $60k for blogging - Best Local Blog 2011: The Adventures of Johnny Northside- Jerry Moore has a controversial past (COVER)This morning, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that local blogger John "Johnny Northside" Hoff is off the hook for $60,000 in damages to the subjec ... More >>
Mpls' social media job market is very solid. Social media has revolutionized the way we publish and disseminate information. No longer are journalists ink-stained wretches trying to put together a story before a print deadline -- now we're more like carpal tunnel-plagued pixelheads trying to be t ... More >>
Local, natural soda maker Joia has put out the call on Twitter and Facebook that it needs tasters. It's looking to expand its flavor lineup and is offering a free tasting in exchange for a simple opinion. We participated in their taste test last night and can share that the new flavors have ... More >>
The Star Tribune is being criticized on a popular media blog for improperly crediting a YouTube video as well as importing it into their custom media player in order to serve advertisements on it.Jim Romenesko reports he received the tip from "a Twin Cities journalist who asked not to be named, ... More >>
Photo by Dewey Koshenina When Baratunde Thurston took the stage in the Hilton ballroom at the Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association summit yesterday, he led with a Jucy Lucy joke. "I'm in the place where they put cheese inside a hamburger," he said. "Doesn't that offend like 90% of th ... More >>
On Tuesday, we awarded one of our faithful Gimme Noise Twitter followers with a pair of tickets to tomorrow night's Lookbook show in the Mainroom. Today, we've got another pair to give away, this time via our relatively new Facebook page: Gimme Noise on FacebookTo enter, simply head to our Gimme ... More >>
Taking a seat at the world's greatest slide show
Locked down because we're under fire from Down Under?
Minnesota's chapter meets weekly and launched in 2004
20-year-old Julia Nunes is translating musical success on YouTube into a tour to sell her new CD
Join the conversation with T.D. Mischke on today's 'In The Stream' live from 2 - 3:30 p.m.
A University of Wisconsin student learns there's a whole new meaning for the term "social networking."
A video clip might help identify a group of kids assaulting bystanders in the Twin Cities.
There was a small electrical explosion in the studio. Seriously.
And it also breaks down how much top Tweeters make in a year. Hint: it's not much.
Every week it seems there's another reason to worry that your online life isn't yours, and that what you do online is really just fodder for the Great Marketer In The Sky.
Politics and blatant self promotion usually go hand in hand, but not so much when it comes to Twitter and our fine elected representatives.
Friends, strangers pull for official day for WCCO's "Good Question" anchor
The ubiquitous DeRusha might get a whole day to himself.
Moby announces Myth date, Toki Wright performs for The Current & Dan Wilson sits in on the "Hoot."
The Recording Industry Association of America once again was successful in their attempt to make an enormous example out of one Brainerd woman for her illegal downloading of music.
Fleet Foxes announce Twin Cities date, Stone Arch Festival lineup announced & win free 10k Lakes Festival tickets.
Photos of recent Mastodon & Franz Ferdinand shows & U of M's Justice Jam lineup announced.
General Mills has bribed some 900 people -- most of them moms -- into blogging nice things about the company. In return for their positive PR work, they get free coupons and samples.
No Age interviews Bob Mould, Western Fifth guitarist quits & new St. Paul Slim.
Taj Mahal to play the zoo, Sunset Rubdown schedule show at the Entry & photos of Death Cab at the Roy Wilkins.
Lily, Bird & Kristofferson hit MPLS, Prince begs for cash, Solid Gold headliners & next week's best new releases.
Phoenix to play the Varsity, Pitchfork reviews Bob Mould, Bob Dylan rips the Stones & Brother Ali heads East.
Petters also owns polaroidsofmywife.com, nakedpolaroids.com, and shakeitlikeapolaroid.com. What kind of online personality is this guy trying to create?
The best thing about an incoming snowstorm: deals from Punch!
A silly Facebook editing error on Garrison Keillor's profile sent people into a spiral of concern and confusion yesterday.
The Minneapolis Public Library hustles to the vanguard of the anti-smut crusade
Politicians get ready to reboot telecommunications law