From time to time, people ask me about social network tools on the internet. I don't really talk about using Twitter or Facebook because as member of the media, my use of the those tools are a bit different than the average user (trust me, I use twitter A LOT). I'll dig into the different uses of those social apps on the net and explain why I feel that the future of the internet will go in that direction.
There was an interesting article in this week's News-Times by Brian Koonz that addressed the President's stimulus package that I want to expand on.
I'm putting the finishing touches on a new tool here at HatCityBLOG. Because of the success of posting the cable access show Community Forum and Danbury Live, two more shows are going to jump on the bandwagon which I think you're going to like.
...speaking of shows, the long awaited arrival of my local access show is about to become a reality in the next couple of months. And yeah, it's going to be REAL good and different than most of the programming happening at Comcast. I'll talk about that later.
That's it for now...in fact, I think that's enough for now. Till tomorrow...
On September 26, 2007, ten plaintiffs filed suit in response to an arrest of aday laborers at a public park in Danbury, Connecticut. Plaintiffs amended their complaint on November 26, 2007.
The amended complaint states that plaintiffs sought to remedy the continued discriminatory and unauthorized enforcement of federal immigration laws against the Latino residents of the City of Danbury by Danbury's mayor and its police department.
Plaintiffs allege that the arrests violated their Fourth Amendment rights and the Connecticut Constitution because defendants conducted the arrests without valid warrants, in the absence of exigent circumstances, and without probable cause to believe that plaintiffs were engaged in unlawful activity. In addition, plaintiffs allege that defendants improperly stopped, detained, investigated, searched and arrested plaintiffs. Plaintiffs also allege that defendants violated their Fourteenth Amendment rights when they intentionally targeted plaintiffs, and arrested and detained them on the basis of their race, ethnicity and perceived national origin. Plaintiffs raise First Amendment, Due Process and tort claims.
Plaintiffs request declaratory relief, damages and attorneys fees.