You may want to think twice before hitting the update button on your next Facebook post. You might come across a little narcissistic
The Captain's Logger -- The master of the universe that uses his or her status updates as a daily log. Save the useless information about your cat and pictures of your left over Arby's Beef 'N Cheddar combo for someplace else. Like Twitter.
It turns out that it's not just viruses and malware that can be passed on to friends when we're not careful how we use our
While older folks may not have started society's social media obsession, we may, surprisingly, be the ones who are unwittingly facilitating our kids' dependence on it through our own actions and examples. To this end, we should take a long hard look at our social media behaviour.
You know who I'm talking about because you all have friends like this: Couples who, despite the fact that they live with each other and share the same bed, feel the compulsion to constantly tell each other how much they love one another via uploaded photos of them kissing each other, or overemotional love proclamations as Facebook status updates for everyone to see. Barf.
Why are (some of us) unflinchingly honest on Twitter? Please tell me that after 2011 years we have something to talk about other than boys, babies and "does this Tweet make me look fat?". Please.