Supreme Court: Can You Hear Me Now?

Even the Supreme Court isn't immune to cell phone interruptions. The Supreme Court is a cell-phone-free zone, but today Justice Stephen...

Downvoting "The Promise"

The new movie "The Promise," a drama about the Armenian genocide, has incurred the wrath of the Turkish trolls--specifically Turkey's...

1985 Wayback Machine

The call for Internet manners existed when we only had dial-up and Telnet: Favorite quote from this 1985 video: "Why not try to be the...

Stop live streaming crimes

Over Easter, a murderer (I am not mentioning the name) used Facebook Live and live-streamed himself shooting and killing people in...

Syrian Voices

No matter what your opinion is on the differing opinions on the US or Europe accepting Syrian refugees, Syrians have a voice and a role...

How to Be Successful on Instagram

The Sprout Social Blog offers five tips for businesses to be successful on Instagram. But an Instagram post can be worth a thousand...

ResistBot

The Daily Good (not to be confused with another inspirational Web site) reported on an anti-Trump mobilizing technology called ResistBot...

UGM Tip: Stage32

IN AIN'T "U" GOT NO MANNERS, I write about supportive online arts communities such as Stage32.com. There's also...

Time and Energy Vampires

Elizabeth Purvis just wrote about how to banish time and energy vampires. Among her tips: "You may have to STOP: Answering your own email...

Affirmations for Internet Blunders

You posted that cringe-worthy political humor on a work Twitter/Facebook account. Or someone posted a video of you on NeighborShame.com....

STREET REACH

On Facebook we discovered a video for the Street Reach app, posted by Upworthy.com. View it here: https://www.facebook.com/Upworthy/video...

4 Reasons to hit the #Think Button

It's a busy week online: women posting pictures with the hashtag #DressLikeaWoman, Twitter censoring a controversial cartoon about hijabs...

SNL Spoofs Hacking

Leslie Jones, who survived Twitter, takes on our over-sharing ability and cyberbullying: "Do you think some words on the Internet can...

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