Tag Archive | Social media

The Opinion On Everything Age

This morning I read an interesting observation on Facebook from Lisa Nowak. She’s noticed a big decline in presidential signs/bumper stickers in her hometown and every response cited the same two reasons for this: No one’s mind is ever changed because of them and they invite trouble. I agreed with everyone and don’t think this […]

The Quest for Conversation

Been feeling blah about social media lately. As little as two years ago, anytime I signed on Twitter there was someone to chat with. It was the MAIN reason I loved Twitter. It totally skipped the friend request process of Facebook and moved straight to the chatting. Like mingling at a party, which is ironic […]

The Reappearance of Me

Can’t believe it’s been over a week since I last posted. I hadn’t really thought about it until I read Kristen’s Wednesday post, Frankenfriends & Zombie Tweets. It’s basically about writers who are there one minute on social media and gone the next. And then back again. While I didn’t think I was one of […]

Social Media Can Make Us Unintentionally Rude

If you’re on Facebook, even casually, this is probably a familiar notification: “So and so has invited you to like his page” While I’m only being asked for a click of the mouse, I find the method to get my click kind of impersonal. Maybe I’m being whiner, but I’d like my support to mean […]

Me Evolving Again

I haven’t been on wordpress since I posted last Friday, so when I logged on to write something for today, I was pleasantly surprised by my site stats. Ready for the number? 27 It reminded me of a post I wrote a year ago called Me Evolving about broadening my reading horizons to be a […]