The poster you follow and admire today may not even be there tomorrow; he or she could just delete everything and disappear.
Yesterday, I finally had enough. Three or four more appeared. I got so fed up with receiving Facebook email post
I saw this on Instagram earlier this morning: And it got me thinking that while there is “truth” in that,
Being English, my wife takes pride in correctly pronouncing place names from around where I grew up: Long Island, New
Rahul Singh is doing some social media research. The other day he sent me a list of questions about my
My uncle’s birthday came and went a few weeks ago. Just before it, I received (of course) a Facebook reminder.
No, this definitely isn’t right now: That photo is 6 years old, taken just about now in another early March.
I want to share a great find with you: Adele Archer’s blog. She is author of International Relations, and well-worth
While, yes, I do point to “personal” matters on here and other “public” social media, I usually do so as
This is the sort of social media that is indeed “social”: a sympathy message last night from an Irish friend