Sometimes you get to know more than you'd expect from athletes you follow online, as shown by Lance Armstrong and Chad Ochocinco.
The Jock-o-sphere has been spinning wildly lately with fans who despise LeBron James still pouring a lot of energy into him, World Cup Internet traffic records and an iPad app for Ochocinco.
Chad Ochocinco led the way, and soon more athletes, including Dwight Howard and Jared Allen, will have their own iPhone apps.
Ryan Corazza's been following scores of athletes, sports personalities and leagues -- and the fans who do the following -- on the Web and has come up with a list of social media winners and losers from 2009.
Twitter recently added a feature where users can create lists of other Twitter pages and let Twitter users follow that.
Months after a well-publicized stint in a treatment facility, Michael Beasley can't catch a break.
Tech-savvy athletes such as Chad Ochocinco and Chris Bosh are naturally among the first athletes with apps available for iPhones.
Ron Artest's eagerness to join the Lakers and tell the world about it shows how agents need to get a better handle on social media scoops.