from me sent me an email over moving some furniture when I looked at him he said sending an email was easier !!But there are so many examples were people will use social media to avoid direct conversations both positive and negative My nephew
but they just "delete" someone. I'm not sure how helpful it is for kids who are very young to be spending more time on social media than in face to face interactions with friends. There is something about social interaction that you need to learn for from face
My employers have a strict policy on this, and we were reminded yet again about it. Basically they told us to be very careful about what we say on social media if we have identified where we work. Personally I don't mix work and pleasure, so have
, some might misunderstand that). Nor am I on Twitter.I have no life. (Joke: How do you recognize an extrovert social media type? He stares at your shoes as he talks to you). But we do have a Twitter feed at work. I suggested we "follow" the RSPB because
of social media itself? And apart from allowing people on opposite side of the world to keep in touch with each other, are there any real benefits to any of it? I ask because I really don't see any if I'm honest. I just see platforms for waffling
.runnersworld.co.uk/forum/gear/iphone-app-to-update-social-media-with-pace/distance-during-marathon/246784-2.html Thanks a lot.
dilution when this forum was all brand spanking new - 10 years ago roughly - it was pretty unusual in terms of social media.. Facebook and Twitter didn't exist. Felch wasn't there. Tripetalk was just about starting. This place is where it started
would pursuade me to follow a shoe manufacturer on social media! Done though most of it was a bit nothing. Running mileage way too low. Shoes - well as PP says - don't rate shoes on manufacture. Agree with Wilke, nothing would make "me follow a shoe
various media reports about rudeness and anti-social behaviour it is great to have an experience like last night.PS my son also won a spot prize of a t-shirt so that made his night!! I also forgot to mention the free photos available from the previous
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