Each year I do this #OneWord365 thing, and find myself alone in my “#OneWord365 tribe.” It’s not as if my word were “floccinaucinihilipilification.”
If you can get followers to spend a little more effort – to change the thumbs-up to a heart emoji, for example – you got something like a “reaction” out of them. But the holy grail of engagement – getting a thing to “go viral” or “spread like wildfire” online – requires the equivalent of fuel, a heat source, and oxygen.
Beware – if you’re staying on these platforms to keep in touch with family or friends, or to operate your legitimate business, you could be shut down without notice or recourse, because review of these actions by real humans possessed of common sense is nearly impossible to obtain.
Thanksgiving is good time to look around and acknowledge all the things we have to be grateful for in our lives. Even when life isn’t perfect, it helps to be mindful of what we have, over what we lack.
STOP! It’s a trap. Oh, it’s fine to open a new account, but there are a few things you need to do before sending your first Friend Request.
If you’ve considered all the reasons to leave Facebook and still don’t think Facebook is more trouble than it’s worth, at least take an hour or so to batten down the hatches and secure your account – and keep your friends safer, while you’re at it.
It is no secret that I am a fan of the “Chicago comma.” You may know it as the serial comma or the “Oxford comma.” I’ve been on a campaign to rebrand the generic serial comma as the “Chicago comma,” at least on this side of the pond.
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How to start a flamewar between writers.
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