Awhile ago, I wrote why I am an obsessive compulsive Facebook user. Truthfully, Facebook’s “obsessive compulsive” reach didn’t grab me until recent events that…
I spent a good chunk of this weekend learning the ins and outs of Twitter, the service I blogged about not too long ago….
Online dating is a big trend nowadays, but people should get to know each other well online before making a deduction that the other person is not worth it. It’s hard to judge if the online personality reflects what you’re looking for in a potential mate. My husband and I have no chemistry online. People shouldn’t give up; they just need to give the system more time.
Emails are being aired on public blogs, social network profiles are being read by prospective employers, and YouTube is growing up. Now our actions are speaking just as loud as our words.
Online networking gives us more friends than we’d have ever thought possible. For me, learning of online friends’ deaths plays a significant role. With sites like MyDeathSpace, it seems to be a reaction shared by many people.