Let our information and social technologies raise awareness and not propaganda, build connections and not passive-aggression.
It’s good netiquette to avoid information that offends or challenge errors when confronted. NetworkEtiquette.net
WHEN YOU FOLLOW THE WAYS OF YOUR ANCESTORS YOU WILL NEVER BE LOST.
LET YOUR ANCESTORS BE YOUR GUIDING LIGHT.
Social media is the empowerment of the individual at the expense of the system.
It’s proper netiquette to add suggested friends to your social media accounts. NetworkEtiquette.net
Give yourself permission 2 evolve. Become a philosopher; come up with your own interpretation of life and stop accepting someone else’s as your truth.
The problem with this generation is that they believe in social media more than people.
The great thing about the Internet isn’t that you can reconnect with old friends or stay up to date with developing world events or send pictures of newborns immediately around the world. It is simply that you can log on to jcpenney.com from anywhere and order fresh underwear immediately after seeing your life flash before your eyes.
Unless you are a restaurant critic… nobody cares what you had for lunch.
Tempted to type meaningless twaddle all the time on Twitter…with alliteration, no less!