Posts Tagged ‘internet’

Cybersnooping: How far is too far?

At this very moment, my emotional state is a combination of completely terrified mixed with a whole lot of gratitude that I am no longer an adolescent. All with thanks to a familiar lil pup from Chicago– Scruff McGruff. I came across a computer program this week by the team behind the crime-preventin McGruff. Its […]

The Blogosphere as a Gender Neutral Construct

Last weekend I attended ‘Podcamp Boston’, a conference dedicated to social media workshops and conversations. The relaxed approach allowed a variety of topics to be discussed in and outside the confines of a conference room. Although all the in-room panels were useful and relevant to my interests, the most thought provoking moment for me stemmed […]

‘What’s On [My] Mind?’: The Issue of Banning Social Media

One school is banning social media for a week. Useful?

Tweeting Tragedies

Using Social Media in Crisis Situations