Heads up, college students, the unemployed, and those looking to trade their offline desk jobs for a career in social media: Lebron James is hiring an intern for online content development and digital sports marketing.
There are few rules one must follow to stay in Twitter’s good graces and they mostly revolve around spam (don’t do it). Beyond that, anything goes really. You can tweet whatever you want – it’s a freedom of speech wasteland – just DON’T share someone’s personal information without their permission.
Unless you’re Jose Canseco, that is. He can share the name and photo of his alleged rape victim with impunity.
Love tennis? Like to feel like you’re a part of something bigger happening online? Then you’ll probably wish we had told you about this in time for you to participate!
But you can still watch someone swing a racket at tennis balls shot at him by a tweet-powered robot! That’s something, right?!
Yes, we explain what the hell this means below.
Another win for sports and Twitter:
Golf pro Ben Crane turned to his Twitter following this week to crowdsource a replacement caddie at the HP Byron Nelson Championship Pro-Am in Texas.