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Fri, Mar 27 7:43am

I had to click on that immediately to see if it was The Onion…thanks for the funny 🙂

May 17, 2019

I am hesitant, but it needs to be said–The White House wants to know if *conservative voices* have been censored by social media. Twitter has an impossible job.


Mar 26, 2018

Brilliant article!

Mar 23, 2018

I hope that three things will happen:
1. That Facebook users will be more aware of their privacy settings.
2. That Facebook makes sure that organizations don't get hold of users' data.when users don’t give organizations permission to use it.
3. That, because of #1 and #2, there won't be a drop in metrics.

Aug 1, 2017

I think that a social media saturation point may have been reached and new users are going to Instagram, Snapchat, et al. And the mainstream media reports on the president’s tweets so extensively that if one wants this information, they don’t need to subscribe. Just my thoughts…

Jun 12, 2017 · HIPAA violation Photo tagged to a hospital location posted by visitor in Strategy, Policy & Best Practices

I agree; HIPAA doesn’t apply when a visitor posts on Facebook. That your hospital was tagged and that this now appears on your hospital’s Facebook page is another story. Is there a way in Facebook to prevent unauthorized tagging…?

May 26, 2017

My personal experience is only anecdotal…I can remember my niece graduating from high school in 2001 and saying she was looking forward to staying in touch with all her friends. She had many friends but many of them were going away to college and I asked her, “how are you going to do that?” and she breezily replied, “Oh, through email.” How much has changed…

May 26, 2017

This story has stayed with me–“In a recent survey conducted by the Girl Scouts, nearly 74 percent of girls agreed that other girls tried to make themselves look ‘cooler than they are’ [whatever that means] one social networking sites.”