Guest blogger Robinette Love asks the question, do you suffer from social media envy? Read this post to get a new perspective and outlook.
Last week, many of us watched the sad farewell by former Today Show co-anchor Ann Curry, who tearfully told us she was moving on to another department at NBC News. Her departure was imminent and was broadcast via blogs and gossip rags almost a full two weeks before she anchored the Today Show for the final time.
Facebook is the #1 social networking site in the world, but it is without problems, especially for those who use it. It has become such a fabric of our lives that it has broken up homes, cost people their jobs, and perhaps, given wrong impressions to others, without meaning to. Is Facebook ruining your life?
What better way to get in your boss’ good graces than to ply them with gifts and liquor and such. Oh, and if your review and raise time is coming up, please use this “holiday” to your advantage. Get that money!
Time well tell if Google + can sustain itself in the future as a viable social network. Right now, I am remain unimpressed, but we also know how fast things can change in social media.
With the boom of social networking websites during the last three to four years, the digital divide is lessening. More and more folk are becoming computer savvy with networking with others online on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Myspace.
I am always interested in trying out new applications and social networks that help me meet new people and share my tastes and interests.
When I arrived, the scene was buzzing with the social media elite of St. Louis as we networked, mingled, hugged, and congratulated one another. The St. Louis social media community is pretty tight—
I have written numerous pieces on this website about celebrities and Twitter—most of it has not been positive.
That is exactly what happened this past weekend. I received information about Koowie.com and it made me curious. It is touted as the anti-Facebook website and Craigslist alternative for its users.
The Bleeding Heart Project is an organization devoted to educating and making people aware of heart disease. It is the leading cause of death in our country, and is something that is not discussed as widely as it should be.
Twitter is a wonderful avenue for entertainers to share their worlds with their fans and followers, but sometimes they seem to get caught up in the moment with foolishness.