I ran across this article this morning on Facebook and it made me think of this whole "welfare" and "food stamp" issue in a much different light. I hope you'll read my story but the moral of it is Be The Bear.!
Seems like every year the same message gets thrown through the rumor mill and the biggest is the big 'privacy' issue that many seem to think is real and true. Rest assured it's not. The moment you signed up to Facebook and activated your account you instantly gave everyone permission to redistribute your stuff.
You can waste a good chunk of your life playing Facebook games such as FarmTown, FarmVille and FarmFarm (okay, we made that last one up). However, in the case of an Idaho woman in need of a new kidney, FarmTown ended up saving her life.
I remember when My Space was the big deal. Now I don't know anyone on My Space. Then came Facebook, which became the most popular social sight ever. Then came Twitter and everybody was tweeting. The next big thing seems to be Google +, but don't forget about Pinterest. We want to know your favorite. Take our poll, please.
A recent controversy over employers requesting prospective employees Facebook passwords, Facebook made it clear where it stands on that topic. The social media site says it will protect your privacy, even if it means taking the matter to court.
This is one sick story and I hesitated to share it with you on our blog, but it's gaining national attention this week and it's one you should know about. In this bizarre case, a Denver police officer is accused of domestic abuse by his girlfriend
So I was sitting at the desk yesterday working on the computer when all of a sudden my FB starts telling me that I had a video call coming in. What? How long has this been part of the game and how did I miss this?
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