Monthly Archives: November 2009

Sights and sounds of Legacy bicycle trail

What might you expect to see on a 25-mile roundtrip bicycle ride on the Legacy trail between Farmington and North Salt Lake? Here’s a checklist, compiled from my Nov. 11 outing. Horses. It’s quite an equestrian area. Much of the … Read More

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"Crazy" not to use social media

Organizations are “crazy” if they inhibit the use of social media in the workplace, says David Bradford. The CEO of Fusion-io should know, because he sometimes spends a couple of hours a day on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter … Read More

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A social media spotlight shines

The Standard-Examiner took home hardware from the first annual Utah Social Media Awards. The newspaper won the “Best Integrated Social Media Campaign” trophy in recognition of broad efforts in the exploding realm of online targeted communication.

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Web sites back online

Standard-Examiner’s Web sites returned to service about 4 p.m. after six hours of downtime. The trouble apparently stemmed from a hardware failure at Qwest, our Internet connection provider. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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Soccer hooliganism hits MountainWest women

I’m well-conditioned to expect occasion thuggery in college and pro sports. Forty years of watching football, basketball, soccer, baseball and hockey has shown me plenty of horrid examples. What I never expected to see? Over-the-top vicious shots in a MountainWest … Read More

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