Thirteen children freed after being held captive by their parents According to BBC News, 13 siblings from ages two to 29 were found in their …
Facebook has become an integral part of life in the U.S. but it all really is a fad, just like Myspace. Will all this really matter in a few years? Hopefully not.
However, I do have one good thing to say about Mark Zuckerberg and his life-draining website. I am really glad that they have started to stand up for their members and have started to make efforts to keep what you consider private, private.
On April 6, Peter Finley, associate professor of sports and recreation will wear a hoodie to campus in support of seeking justice for 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, the unarmed south Florida teen who was shot and killed while visiting his father in a Sanford neighborhood last month.
Ladies and gentlemen, everyone knows that in order to make an informed decision (about anything, really) you have to do research. Otherwise, you’re just a blind, naïve sap on the verge of yet another bad experience.
While there is certainly merit to checking out someone’s online profile to avoid dangerous and awkward situations, one can’t help but reminisce about the days when there were courtships in which people would meet in person and learn about each other through face-to-face conversations that required a sophisticated level of communication and engagement.
“With over 1 billion combined Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn users, we cannot ignore the power of today’s consumer to seek us out rather than the reverse,” said Barry. “Many local businesses in our area are clamoring for more social media skills as they attempt to take on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for the first time.”
Creepy, disturbing and obsessive are just a few words which come to mind when describing Facebook Breakup Notifier, one of Facebook’s new applications. As if …
Facebook, MySpace, and other social networks may be ways to stay connected to or reconnect with old friends, but for some, it could mean solitary confinement because things posted on Facebook may be used as evidence in a court room.
Facebook introduced an application that allows users to let their friends know where they are. The application, “Places,” is controversial because some users believe it is an invasion of privacy since their friends can “check them in” to a place without their authorization.
A Nielsen survey found that three-quarters of parents on Facebook are friends with their children. The survey also revealed that nearly 30 percent of teens said they would de-friend their parents if given a choice. What do you think about having your parents as friends on Facebook?