A lot of people have had to go through the process of changing their Twitter handles over the years. All too often, people joined Twitter, not really knowing what to make of it, and later realized they wanted their real name, or their company name, or some other name as their handle.
I got in a goofy mood the other night and stupidly posted on my Facebook profile that I had half a mind to respond only in Facebook stickers the next day. The response was an epic stream of stickers from friends (those who don’t have the script that removes stickers from FB) and
Sometimes issues of #SMEtiquette aren’t really etiquette issues, but lie deeper than that. Copyright is one of the biggest issues on the Internet right now, with many, many people using images and other content they simply don’t have the right to use. Most aren’t usi
Say what you want about online friendships, but many of them are as important and as real as any other friendship or relationship in our lives, even if we have not yet met the person in real life. When these friendships end, it can be as upsetting and as the end of any other relations
It’s amazing how much easier it is to keep track of what my children are doing in school, and how they’re doing on it. Our school district uses a system called Power School, where his teachers post grades on homework and tests. I can spend about 5 minutes each week
I’ve addressed the concept of forcing your political or moral beliefs on others before (here and here), but I had a new one that came up and thought I’d address it from the other side: From the viewpoint of the person whose Facebook wall keeps becoming a political b
A little girl’s dreams of being Darth Vader I was in the grocery store recently, and a little girl that looked to be about nine ran squealing down the bulk foods aisle to find her parents. She had a mass of black cloth clasped to her chest and her face was awash with total joy.
I’ve received this question from more than one person, and have seen many articles written on the matter over the years. There are a lot of ways to deal with this, and I’ll link to some posts that have resonated with me. What do you do? Submit your questions! Dear Amy: Wha
Born and raised on Long Island, I remember when the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center were completed in lower Manhattan. Not long after, my friend Melissa’s parents took the two of us out for a day in the city, and we visited Ellis Island and went up to the top of the WTC. T