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Life after the ‘Likes’ ? The positives from leaving Social Networks.

After being a medium/heavy sheep user of Social Networking  for many years now and working in the industry to some extent I finally took the plunge a fortnight ago and closed my Facebook and Twitter accounts down for good. I’m not an anti Social Networking preacher or have any fervor to be so, but the stark … Continue reading

Twitter: tweet or not to tweet, that is the question.

  Shakespeare analogies aside, the question whether to have a Twitter account or not has become a hot topic amongst the socially elite amongst us, namely the rich and famous.   With sports personalities, tv presenters, radio DJ’s, actors and other celebrities being a constant source of fun and laughter, there can also be a … Continue reading

Online Acceptance Addiction (OAA), Depression and Social Networking

As an avid Internet user both through my job and social life we live in an ever-increasing technological world where addictions to social media and social networking can have catastrophic consequences. I myself feel that I’m strong enough to cope with the increased pressure for on-line acceptance and understanding that the world throws at us … Continue reading