Recently I’ve had several encounters with individuals that felt things were going better than they actually were based on my status updates on Facebook and Twitter. Does it mean that I should be more truthful with my updates or that online networks have now become just a little too public?
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Are we getting to the point where we’re abusing the Internet and leading folks to not trust anyone or anything? It may be something that we have to take a look at – no matter how funny the joke may be to those instigating it…
We’ve been living in midst of the fall of public man for so long – even though most folks claim that they are more public than ever before. The question really becomes “Just much do we really want to share?”
Just a reminder that not everybody is on this social media bandwagon yet, so we’ve got to be mindful of that when we talk about it.
The economic climate may in fact be finally having us look at new ways to engage with each other, including a look at how we view attending conferences, whether in person or virtually. The National Trust for Historic Preservation is taking a leadership role in how that may look for larger events.