Although most lists of "things we can learn from celebrities" include more don't's than do's, there is definitely one thing they can teach us: the art of social media.
Most ads on Facebook are seen but not clicked, yet they can impact users, especially kids who shouldn't really see some of the ads.
I might be a little biased, okay A LOT biased, but I want to give you the 4 reasons why I think that teaching social media to our children in schools is not only necessary, but critical.
Please talk to your teens about the body, heart and mind connection involved in physical intimacy. Few teens are aware of how emotionally connecting sex can be.
Similar to -- yet different from -- LinkedIn, MosaicHUB is carving out a niche in the marketplace for entrepeuners and startups to assist them in networking and gathering information for everything from funding startup, to markting to running a successful business past the startup phase.
Are we able to cast a wider and wider net of virtual social acquaintances that actual mean something?
In 11 years, I will remember feeling the same sadness, fear, and also interest about the Boston bombings as I did with the 9/11 attacks. However, my experience when I was nine and my experience now with media coverage of tragedy are very different.
In my blog, "Are Your Ill-Informed Policies Widening The Digital Divide?", I encouraged CIOs to enable online social networking in schools as a way to...
We live in a digital age and many high school students today document much of their lives online. When applying to college, all aspects of an applicant are taken into consideration, and often times this can include his or her online presence.
Social networks are wonderful tools that can spark and foster friendships. They can also disable them too, especially when it comes to politics and id...
If you want to stay ahead of your competition, you should keep your small business toolbox stocked with the latest and greatest news and innovations. These experts share their knowledge to teach you how to be better in business.
One of the great achievements of the Internet has been the explosion of websites, blogs, etc. dedicated to politics and the news. This very same achievement, however, has paradoxically resulted in the erosion of a common frame of reference for understanding the news.
Mr. Martin has yet to hear from Ms. Stewart or her administrative assistant. He feels hurt and even a little angry. Unfortunately, we are unable to publish his memoir Martha, Me and the Muffins We Never Shared.
Ask anyone on Seattle's red-hot tech scene about Jenni. Her name has both instant buzz and substance behind it. In between a few charitable projects, she sat down with us to share her thoughts on news, social media, and the importance of making a positive impact.
Until very recently I wouldn't have called myself an avid social media user. Sure, I created a Facebook profile in 2006, at a time when a college email address was still required to sign up, but who didn't? The concept of the "social network" has changed a great deal since then.
We are all on a global stage and our impact is being measured. We now have Klout, Kred and TrustCloud! as predominant platforms just beginning to meas...