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No to Oversharing, Please.

29 Apr

I am prompted to write this post as a follow-up on the Social Media Netiquette I wrote last week. And also, after witnessing an annoyingly amount of “shares” on Facebook. You know, the kind that irks you, makes you cringe or wish that, that person would realise that Facebook is not a public diary. Either that or the duck face. Please, not the duck face. That disgustingly act of protruding the lips, letting the person doing it think that it’s sexy and downright irresistible.

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Social Media Netiquette

22 Apr

We now live in the social media age. While it’s true that it unifies the world and brings like-minded individuals for a cause, it has its own demerits when it comes to information sharing, identity safety and cyber-related issues.

Our social network behaviour is important. It’s as important as your behaviour in real life because you share with and meet people online in real-time, and the information exchange happens as soon as you hit the “send” button.


Some of the social networking apps I access on my phone.

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