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The shifting responses to the #stopkony Twitter phenomenon illustrates the responsibilities we have as a social networking-connected society to ensure that we use our voices wisely — and based upon a foundation of knowledge — in order to prevent devaluing our greatest asset. Continue reading →
A Facebook page and on-line petition encouraging Conservative MPs to switch party affiliation is just another example of two wrongs not making a right — no matter how much they want it to be. Party flopping is fine — as long as you give your electorate the chance to approve or reject the change. Continue reading →
When defining value and reach for social networking, less is sometimes much more — especially when it comes to followers and likes. Continue reading →
Why cyberhacking group Anonymous is wasting its potential through immature antics and publishing the private information of innocents. Continue reading →
Why Tweeting, posting Facebook updates, and blog posts are not indicative of an increase in societal narcissism, but rather society’s long-entrenched desire to express itself combined with accessibility. Continue reading →