Middletown Committeeman and Democratic Candidate for Monmouth County Freeholder, Sean Byrnes is all a twitter.
Byrnes recently started using the social networking sites Twitter and Facebook, as a way to keep Monmouth County residents informed and up to date on what’s going on with his campaign for Freeholder as well as what he has been up to in Middletown.
While he hasn’t posted much information as of yet, he believes Twitter will be an important tool of his campaign for Freeholder
If you are a member of the twittering community and would like to follow Sean Byrnes on Twitter click HERE
for the link, if you are already a Facebook member look him up.
If you are not a Facebook member you’ll first need to join before you can follow along.
While your at it, if you would like to follow me on Twitter click>>>Here
New York Times –
Yahoo is planning a new round of layoffs, the first since Carol Bartz became chief executive in January, according to several people with knowledge of the situation.
The layoffs could affect several hundred employees and may be announced as early as Tuesday when Yahoo reports first-quarter financial results, said these people, who agreed to speak on condition of anonymity because the plan is confidential.
A Yahoo spokesman, Brad Williams, declined to comment, citing a company policy not to discuss rumors and speculation.
The cuts would be the third round of layoffs at Yahoo in little more than a year. The Internet company, which has been struggling for more than two years, laid off about 1,000 workers early in 2008. It cut 1,400 or so in the fourth quarter of last year, in continuing efforts to prune its sprawling online business and bring down expenses. It ended the year with 13,600 employees.
Read more >>>Here
1. Pay my taxes.
2. Attend a teabagging party.
Oh, I can’t wait !
Times must be tough for Colts Neck high schoolers.
Two students at Colts Neck Hgh School are being accused of counterfeiting $10 and $20 bills then using the funny money in the school cafeteria. The sophomore and junior where also exchanging these bill for lower denomination currency with other students.
Sharp eyed lunch ladies noticed the fake money and notified school authorties, who then contacted the Colts Neck police. The two young men invovle were charged with forgery and then released to their parents.