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Five Required Maintenance Steps for Social Media Accounts

Social services such as Facebook, Google +, Twitter, YouTube and more, all have one purpose, right? They exist to connect you with people with whom you share interests and with whom you want to share ideas, right? Wrong. While supporting you in making all kinds of social and business connections, social media networks are constantly […]

Thank you for being a friend

Five years ago at just about the time of day I’m writing this post a group of online friends were giddy with excitement about opening a website. It was the night an idea to connect and resource youth ministers became a website that ultimately connected a couple of thousand youth workers to each other, offered […]

I’m no expert, but I think Facebook has it wrong

You may have heard that Facebook is improving things again. This time, it isn’t a re-design of your home page; it’s a re-design of your privacy.  I’m not an expert, and I’m certainly not shy about sharing who I am and what I’m about, but I think, this time, Facebook has it wrong.  Why? Two […]

Facebook: You control (Your part in) the deluge!

I wasn’t going to blog about this, but I’m changing my mind under the influence of so very many complaints about the most recent changes on Facebook.  If you aren’t a Facebook user, you’re in a minority of webizens, and I won’t be offended if you skip this post. Yes, the latest change was a […]