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Friday, August 1, 2014 |  Madison, WI: 60.0° F  Fair
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Follow Friday with Jackie Johnson: @MissPronouncer

News-minded woman provides us confused Wisconsin residents with helpful pronunciations, along with quotes, laughs, and journalistic tidbits. >More
 Follow Friday with stand-up comic Alan Talaga: @danpotacke

Jokes and musings with a decidedly Madison focus from Dan Potacke, the talk show host/alter ego of Alan Talaga, a local standup comic. >More
 Follow Friday with Nichole Fromm and JM Rasmus: @madisonatoz

Food lovers and/or geeks, rejoice: restaurant reviews with an alphabetical twist. Thoughtful, local, delicious and friendly; always helpful. >More
 Follow Friday with John Kovalic: @muskrat_john

Cartoonist, nerd, a really swell guy. Creates games and comics that combine fun and Cthulu. Does what he loves in life. Is an "amiable idiot." >More
 Follow Friday with Laurie Stark: @your_overcoat

Sassy, smart and self-aware Floridian moves to the Midwest. Speaks her mind and heart. Seems to "get" how best to use social media for good! >More
 Follow Friday with the UW Digital Collections: @UWdigiCollec

The librarians at the UW-Madison Digital Collections like to view Twitter as a tool for outreach. Melissa McLimans says, "It's an easy way to reach out to users and potential users to highlight little gems in our collections." >More
 Follow Friday with David Douglas: @News3David

WISC-TV reporter. Originally from South Carolina, in Madison since May 2008. Worth following for breaking news, solid journalism and humor. >More
 Madison startup Sharendipity allows anybody to be a game programmer

Overlooking Madison's Capitol Square, in a small, open office, four programmers are diligently working on the next great online game. The catch is they're not actually creating it. They're building the tools so that anyone, with or without experience, can create a web-based game that he or she can instantly share with anyone. The company is called Sharendipity. >More
 Getting failure out of the system

The news seemed numbingly familiar. "State delays $150 million computer project," read a headline in the April 12 Wisconsin State Journal. Reporter Jason Stein put it in the context of an ongoing series of botched state computer projects that have cost taxpayers nearly $200 million in canceled or over-budget projects. >More
 Are you ready for digital TV?

James Steinbach of Wisconsin Public Television offers a blunt assessment of the upcoming transition to digital broadcasting: "It's confusing. >More
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