Joe P is a friend of mine. He has helped me get my books looking good and then published. In this blog he shares a caution and ends with a humorous take on the security topic. See his photos.
At last count, there were approximately 2.23 billion Facebook users globally. Considering that the world’s population is just over 7.6 billion, that means that just under 30 per cent are represented on the iconic social media site.
Facebook represents a unique opportunity for authors like me to interact with our readers, but for most people it is primarily a way to keep up with old friends, movie stars, and athletes. After attending my high school reunion in 2012 and becoming reacquainted with many of my old classmates, Facebook has become the main vehicle with which I can stay in touch with them.
“The Facebook,” as it was originally titled, has its drawbacks for sure. We are encouraged by those in charge to “friend” people, and to “follow” others. I heard a comedy routine recently in which the comic said he “unfriended” someone, then sent that individual a “friend request” (which was…
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