This is the chilling side of the digital footprint (something that everybody has) – chilling because the takeaway seems to be that nobody can make a mistake anymore. Web sites with names like BustedMugshots and JustMugshots claim they’re doing society a favor by publishing photos that document arrests (not convictions) en masse. And when prospective […]
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This is a stark example of why media literacy needs to be taught from the earliest ages – in and with digital media. [It's also an example of why it's hugely important to their kids that parents practice media literacy and not take what they see in social sites literally, but more on that in […]
It’s a “thumbs up” button that goes with Google search – click, and you let your online public know which ads, articles, photos, etc. that turn up in your search results appeal to you.
More and more, the social Web (fixed and mobile) is bringing product and service search and review to our own circles of friends.
The surge in US social-media use represents a significant shift in how Americans spend time online, according to Nielsen Research.