Facebook….Not for the Sensitive or Censored.

“Believe none of what you hear and half of what you see.”-Benjamin Franklin

“When you are on an OPEN public forum such as FB, you take the risk of things being taken out of context and/or people trying to correct you on so-called FB etiquette. I’ll say this. Freedom of speech is ours in the U.S. and if you do not like it, take your updates down and stay out of another person’s business. Else take that risk. This is NO sub-update. You’re not on my page but I made this public so you could see it when you wanted to check out who I am.”-My Status update

This is a public service announcement.

Unless you are under a rock, you’ve probably seen updates and tweets that seem to resonate with you a certain way. Sometimes you have to fight the urge to comment or reply and sometimes you may even give in to the conversation.

Either way, the only way you could view the update is because the settings are set to “public” or “customized” yet you were granted access.

So does this give you the right to follow social site etiquette?

Is there such a thing as social site etiquette?

The purpose of posting what’s on your mind? is to know what’s on your mind. Then when you make it a publically accessible thought, you run the risk that someone you do not know or do not like will see it and make a comment. You also run the risk that you may offended or offended others.  In essence you put yourself on the line the moment you click share and the moment you click comment.

Short True Story:  I’m sure everyone has a story to tell about it.

Share and comment wisely and based on what you KNOW you are capable of handling.

Be handled with care and love,

Temeca

(c) All Rights Reserved.  The Temeca Group, Inc. 2011

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About Temeca

I believe in living authentically. By me being open about the truths we all share, people can connect with their own truths and have a better spiritual walk, health & wellness, healing, healthy relationships, and prosperity in their finances and career. Most importantly, loving others unconditionally "as is", forgiving for good and being happy are keys to a successful life.

Posted on October 30, 2011, in Creating Your Life and Success, Relationships and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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