Remember how you always said Facebook should have a "dislike" button?
You may want to think twice before hitting the update button on your next Facebook post. You might come across a little narcissistic
how come today our moods are so often reliant on the responses we receive online? We are so affected by what other people think about what we post on social media that we'll even take down posts or photographs that don't garner a strong response.
I'm no John Ivison, Christie Blatchford, Chantal Hebert, Ezra Levant, Christopher Hume, Andrew Coyne or Margaret Wente. Heck
I felt guilty every time I didn't click, the way I used to feel bad about breaking a chain letter that offered treasure in the form of hundreds of people mailing you books or money, or the threat of dire consequences for non-compliance. "The four people who broke this chain died within three days."
Outside of shopping with a best friend or a trusted pal, how are we really supposed to know if we're making a smart clothing