Tag Archives: social media pet peeves

“Seen at … HH:MM” – Facebook’s Ticking Time-Bomb

This exercise was quite entertaining as it allowed me the opportunity to stalk my social media news feeds and justifiably – this is a class assignment after all, (right?) – judge all of its content.  Of course there are many pet peeves I have when thinking about peoples actions online.  Constant ‘point-less’ photo uploads, whiny-complaining […]

Excuse Me- Your Caption is Irrelevant to Your Picture

As soon as I woke up this morning, I instinctively reached for my phone conveniently placed near my head (no, this is not good for your health). Immediately I checked Instagram to see how many pictures were uploaded within the span that I had fallen asleep and woken up. Not surprisingly, there were not many […]

You are Being Judged. Think Again.

You may not know it, but your actions on social media are under-rated. The once largest platforms of social media that we can still recall were probably along the lines of Neopets, LiveJournal, Xanga, MySpace, all of which are now irrelevant, if not extinct. As of 2013, Facebook, a longtime household name, boasts a healthy […]