Not on a Social Network? You’ve Still Got a Privacy Problem
We already know that if you use an online social network, you give up a serious slice of your privacy thanks to the omnivorous way companies like Google and Facebook gather your personal data. But new academic research offers a glimpse of what these companies may be learning about people who <em>don't use</em> their massive web services. And it's a bit scary.
What and How Often Should You Post on Social Media
In this cheat sheet, we’ll offer helpful suggestions for when and what to post on each social network, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and Pinterest. If you’re new to any of these social networks, you can use these tips to help you get started. As you start to build your social media presence, you can tweak your strategy and find a balance of content and frequency that’s right for you.
“We wanted to find a way to solve the biggest problem, which is that foster children are completely disconnected when they reach a certain age. There are thousands of people who would be willing to help them out. So we thought, what if we use tech to connect these youth with all of these resources that we know exist?” ~ Isis Keigwin, co-founder, Camellia Network New Social Network Aims to Fill Void Left by Foster Care System - Mashable http://mashable.com/2012/09/10/camellia-network/#