Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Part Three was to have looked at several social media sites in more detail and discuss their pros and cons, but the question of the use of Facebook took over the post. Facebook is accessible. Most people are familiar with it. Organizations can quickly and inexpensively build pages  that allow them to connect with their […]

Yesterday in our Social Networks class, Kate Milberry raised the issue of ‘personalization’ by sites like Facebook and shared an article from Tech Crunch that revealed the way that Facebook had censored a comment by prominent blogger Robert Scoble. I tweeted it to my friend Jodine Chase, who is passionate about promoting breastfeeding and has […]