Tag Archive | "sharing"

Using Social Media As An Artistic Tool

Thursday, July 26, 2012

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I’ve been very lucky to meet some very talented people on Twitter. In addition to professional connections, job opportunities, and witty conversational partners, I’ve met a great deal of exceptionally talented musicians via the beautiful blue bird. If you have a group of musicians talking for a long enough period of time, the topic of […]

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You Are What You Tweet: Social Media Is Your Autobiography

Sunday, April 22, 2012


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I saw a very interesting tweet the other day. I can’t remember the exact wording of it, and I can’t recall who said it, but the message stuck with me. It went something like: “Your body is the most accurate diary you can keep in your life.” It got me thinking about other things in […]

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Facebook’s Frictionless Sharing Is Bad For You

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

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The term “slippery slope” gets thrown around a lot these days, but I feel that I’ve finally found a situation where it can be justly used. Facebook’s increasingly automatic sharing of users content is a troublingĀ developmentĀ for social media, and for more than the fact that you can now see just how many times your significant […]

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