Lynnfield Patch Joins in Moment of Silence for Newtown, Conn., Shooting Victims

The company-wide blackout is to honor the memory of those killed last Friday in Connecticut.

This morning at 9:30, Lynnfield Patch will join AOL in a company-wide blackout as "moment of silence" to honor the victims of the

According to Techcrunch, the campaign was inspired by Connecticut's governor, who called for a moment of silence. Web companies Causes and SV Angel spearheaded the idea in the tech sector. It follows a coalition of tech leaders calling for more gun control."

Other companies likely taking part in the "Web Moment of Silence" include Adobe, Duke University, Salesforce and WillCall.

How will you participate in the moment of silence? Tell us in the comments.

Tom M December 23, 2012 at 01:09 PM
I was appauled to hear the Tewksbury School system did not allow some student to participate in a moment of silence. A shame how we are teaching our children.


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