What We Learned From Facebook F8

Facebook F8 took place this month. Unfamiliar with this? It’s Facebook’s conference that is held somewhat annually. I say this because it’s been somewhat erratic. No conferences were held in 2009, 2012 or 2013. This year’s conference, held April 12 and 13 in San Francisco, was a gathering of the company’s developer community. They talked integrations, […]

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5 Ways to Make Social Media Networking Safe for Children

We live in a world where disconnecting has become more and more challenging for us all. But how is social influencing and shaping the social lives of tweens and teens today?   Last week we attended the symposium, “How Social Media Influences Our Children’s Development,” organized by The Meeting House, an inspiring NYC nonprofit that provides supportive programs […]

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What not to leave out of your will – social media accounts

I was intrigued to come across this post on why you should “leave” you social media accounts to someone when you kick the bucket.  Apparently with all the information they hold, they can be quite valuable – some appraising upwards of $50,000! That’s something to (not) croak about! http://finance.yahoo.com/news/what-not-to-forget-when-writing-your-will.html

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