When did the use of social media become a platform to air our disagreements and to bully our opposites into a state of discompose?
That is the question I ask, as I scroll through hurtful comments and blindly offensive photos. 142 more words
By Paul M. Lewis
In case you may be unfamiliar with the term, a Luddite is someone who is resistant to new technology, a definition that could all too well be applied to me over the years, especially when it comes to the latest forms of electronic communication. 1,308 more words
Social networking is the defining characteristic of my generation. Previous age groups were defined by factors such as their parents’ post-war procreation rates or their own collective inclinations for tie-dye and peace signs, but ours is definitely latched with social media. 358 more words
For those authors who don’t yet see any point in blogs or worry that posting online will portray them to others as self-absorbed, even narcissistic, this reasoned confession of her logic for blogging by a New York University professor may help explain some of the motivation that propels we committed bloggers who are also writers to continue to post: 279 more words