Category Archives: Social Networking

Self-Censorship and Anonymity

One thing that has always been great about the internet is the ability to be anonymous.  It allows us to be ourselves, sharing the most intimate moments of ourselves, both the good and the bad parts.  Some people were willing to share life enriching advice and share experiences with complete strangers because they were anonymous, while others decided to let their true, dark colors shine through by being a jerk… Read More »

YouTube Comments & Google+ Integration Causes Controversy

Google now requires YouTube users to have a Google+ account in order to post comments.  The change has been so controversial that some discussions about the change have been so heated that people are resorting to four letter words. One YouTube user even created a song telling Google what they think of Google+ [NSFW] (posted under her real name), while a social media professional responded by calling people names for wanting… Read More »

Want to know more about people who email you?

Ever receive an email from someone you don’t know and want to know more about them?  Or more importantly, have you ever gotten an email from someone whom you may do business with, but you can’t find their business card to remember who they are? Or on the flip side, do you want to control how others view your profile and want to tell people about what you do?