Yoh! WTF? : Lifestyle – Woman ‘sacked’ on Facebook for complaining about her boss after forgetting she had added him as a friend : Standard Digital News

Standard Digital News : : Lifestyle – Woman ‘sacked’ on Facebook for complaining about her boss after forgetting she had added him as a friend.

Yoh! WTF? I don’t believe that Facebook the social media forum for adding one’s boss, there are other social media applications like LinkedIn. It is always best to separate one’s private life from one’s work life. Facebook = family and friends. A place where you can be fairly relaxed with what you say. LinkedIn = Work colleagues and other professionals in your network. A place where you show your professionalism.

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Yoh! WTF? Wealth managers say they hear ‘nary a tweet’ for Twitter’s IPO | Reuters

Wealth managers say they hear ‘nary a tweet’ for Twitter’s IPO | Reuters.

What’s so funny is that in spite of the fact that Twitter sells nothing but the cult of personality how many people do you think will sink money into this IPO? Yoh! WTF? Did the FB IPO teach us nothing?

Yoh! WTF? Get Social: 5 Simple Social Media Tactics That Lead to a Job – On Careers (usnews.com)

Get Social: 5 Simple Social Media Tactics That Lead to a Job – On Careers (usnews.com).

Yoh! WTF? I have always disagreed with the idea that recruiters and some companies ask for access to Facebook to determine they type of person they’re hiring. I see my FB account as one that I use to connect with my family and friends.; with my LinkedIn account on the other hand, I have no problems with recruiters or companies trolling there as it represents my professional career.

What are your thoughts on this?

Yoh! WTF? Internet addict almost drowns infant son by mistake ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

Internet addict almost drowns infant son by mistake ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion.

Nope, not surprised! Not surprised at all.

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In our time we are reinventing how we interact with each other, the quality of our communications and inevitable our relationships. Are we there yet? Not even by a long shot.