A Canadian woman's effort to keep a San Francisco man from committing suicide is becoming something of a movement on Facebook. Days after Kimberly Furnell of Nanaimo, B.C., created a suicide-prevention Facebook group on June 5, it had 47,000 members, the Vancouver Sun reports. She'd seen a message in the anonymous postcard site PostSecret.com that read in part, "I have lived in San Francisco since … [Read more...] about Grassroots suicide prevention in Facebook
I have a question for you, but first here's what it's about: A recent group cyberbullying incident involving two high schools in Palo Alto, Calif., has "sparked intense discussion" among parents, school administrators and general community members "about the proper role of the school district" when cyberbullying involves students but doesn't happen on school grounds," Palo Alto Online reports. … [Read more...] about Schools: How to handle group cyberbullying?