February 10, 2016

Sheriff’s office hosts virtual ride along

Danedri Thompson dthompson@gardnernews.com Twitter followers got a first-hand account of the central booking facility during a virtual ride-along on Oct. 25. Using the hashtag, “#jocotweetalong,” deputies live-tweeted during a shift from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. As the shift began, the deputies updated via Twitter the happenings in 141-characters or less. “Headcounts happenings, gotta make Continue Reading

JoCo Sheriff’s Office to live tweet from central booking

The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office is inviting tweeters to ride-along as deputies live tweet the action inside the central booking facility from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 25. Tweet-along events allow Twitter followers to virtually ride with the officers. Followers will experience what it is like to work inside a jail, what kind Continue Reading

Twitter may change how we communicate

Danedri Thompson columnist Will 140 characters change the world? I’m beginning to be a believer. If nothing else, Twitter may change the way we live in it. Of course, this is coming from an addict, and I find myself using the micro-blogging site for just about everything. Signing on to Twitter is like joining a Continue Reading