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OKG Newsletter

Topic: facebook

Erasing David

A social stuntumentary for those who live in holes


Rod Lott
After his personal data was lost with millions of other Brits on two government CDs, ordinary guy David Bond decided to undertake a documentary project: Giving them only his name and photo, he hired two private investigators to find him as he leaves home and "vanishes." They had 30 days.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Social media gets the finger ... of blame. Again.


Who’s to blame? Answering that question is a pastime every bit as American as baseball and overeating.
Wednesday, August 28, 2013

‘Damm,’ that booty


Gazette staff
However, actual blood and skin isn’t our thing, and we certainly wouldn’t slay a human being over it. According to, Edmond resident James Tyree was the victim of a crime that began on Facebook earlier this summer..
Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Together again

Since the May 20 tornadoes, pets, owners and rescue organizations are slowly moving on.


Gina A. Dabney
Natural disasters are unkind. They tear people and pets apart. Moore resident Brenda Beaty, who lived three blocks from Plaza Towers Elementary School, was at work when the tornado hit on May 20. Immediately, the search began for the family pets. Her daughter’s two dogs were found, one still in the carrier. However, Beaty’s beloved dog, Tinker, was missing.
Wednesday, October 9, 2013


Halloween Parade

Jenn Scott

From tradition to first-timers, come be a part of a city-wide event. This year, the frightful festival begins its route at 10th Avenue and North Broadway, in the heart of Automobile Alley.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Through the timeline

Local restaurants use social media to connect with people in search of the next great meal.

Food and Drink Features

Greg Elwell
Restaurants are all about mouths.
Wednesday, October 30, 2013