Facebook Friend #38 has invited you to play Candy Crush Saga. You knew this person back when you were a teenager. You haven’t seen him since then, however you’ve had regular, cordial contact with him via Facebook for the last several years since you’ve reconnected via social media. Facebook Friend #108 has invited you to play The Tribez and several other games you haven’t heard of. Back in Junior High, she was the hot…"Refuse & Block"
In the last two weeks, I’ve been tagged twice in status updates which can only be characterized as the Facebook equivalent of a chain letter. I’m sure you’ve seen these. Naturally there are those who love these and those who hate them. Of course there are plenty who could care less and even more who take no stand on the matter. I’d like to know who comes up with these things in the first place.…"Facebook Chain Letters"
In light of the growing popularity of the social networking, I feel it only necessary to make public my policy where Facebook is concerned. I know. It’s long overdue, but still. “Better Nate than lever,” is what I always say. *Editors note – If you’ve never heard the story about Nate the Snake who was in charge of guarding the lever that would cause the world’s demise, you just read the punch line without going…"My Facebook Manifesto"
For those of you who haven’t gotten into the trappings of social networking out here on the internet, I’ll give you a quick rundown of what’s going on. At this very minute, there are about gajillion different networks on the web where people set up profiles for themselves and then partake in a wide variety of activities. The obvious goals are catching up with old friends and making new ones, yet under that umbrella, there’s…"Facebook Status Updates"