In what must be a first for social media, a platform has purposefully disabled the utility of a share counter. Continue reading
Life has a way of filling its vessel with substance whether we’re wishing it a fair wind or setting its rigging to survive the tumble of its seas. Continue reading
People talk about “social media syndrome” where we just can’t stop checking our feeds to see if people like us and affirm who we are. Continue reading
I saw one of Gen Y’s human resource management practitioners, Sarah Miller, give a video presentation about the role of social media in business the other day. Her summary came down to a basic mantra: to be seen you have to share.
A few days after, a colleague posed the following question: Continue reading