Fessing Up on Facebook

August 2009
Louisville Magazine;Aug2009, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p8
The author reflects on various opportunities available for people using social networking sites such as Facebook. He mentions that he found it simple to upload photographs, identify links to favorite web pages and send brief remarks to anyone. He informs about his experience on using the Facebook and the pleasure he has in interacting with other users. He also observes that he has learned to ignore and avoid interacting with people he dont want to associate or work with.


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