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Social Networking For Dads

By Peter Townsend, published on Jan 17, 2014

...enormous parenting challenges to face but it is time that we recognized that Dads need help and support just as much as Mums do. One of the best ways to help Dads cope with parenting is to enable them to connect with other Dad's going through the same experience. Here is a list of four social networking sites just for Dads

http://newdadsnetwork.com - This site describes itself as a private social network for expectant and new dads. You can chat with other members, post photos and videos, and most importantly learn from other Dads who have been through these experiences before... (more)

Tags: fathers, dads, parents, social networking

Media Childrens the Social

By p.d.adams, published on Mar 4, 2012

She corrects her stance, moves past the monitor where she has coasted and coexisted since her arrival. She always finds the balance to appease the elements at theWorkstation. She makes her best attempt to adjust the interface, shooting with both eyes open and a purity of heart un-battered by behavior, unbuttered by lifestyle.

Her half-mind races to theNetwork as if she just might further a legend. She thinks about social organization and how it is now finally paying a toll. Yes, as it should--not in the spirit of sacrifice, but from a place of hunger, the kind of hunger needing no food... (more)

Tags: religion, love, social networks, friendship, children, society, culture, media, social media, friends, science fiction, technology, lifestyle, security, social networking, sci fi, surveillance

Maestro of Messaging

By p.d.adams, published on Feb 28, 2012

She is aware of the way he comes near at theWorkstation, how he sees the opposite of himself in her diva DNA, even if she is a biobot --so what? He was unwilling to accept it at first, but there is some effort on her part that stutters with the memorable. Her words were clear once, but he would soon think of nothing but cute coyotes encased in shadow for days and systems of lethal tales told on multiple lattes.

He once asked himself, not what he was doing with her, but how he was doing with her, how her photon vision seemed to be always smiling at something, not as a private joke, but... (more)

Tags: religion, police, education, romance, friendship, society, culture, social network, celebrity, science fiction, technology, social networking, sci fi, algorithm, biobot, galaxy, messaging, photon

CYBERPOLIS

By Uttam Gill, published on Nov 24, 2011

I invite each one of you to undertake journey into the dream World of “Cyberpolis”. I know that you never heard of this word before. You must be wondering about “Cyberpolis”? I was equally wondering when this word I instinctively coined after experiencing the metrics of Cyber world. I understood the prominence of cyber world and its existence. I am treading into the unconventional domain of thinking and perhaps it would appeal your mind too. I wonder at the emerging polis and foresee the radical shift in evolution of our collective thinking. How this is going to transform and what shape it... (more)

Tags: internet, social networking, cyberpolis, cyberworld, megapolis, commune, cyber commune

Walking Down The Avenue

By Libdrone, published on Apr 19, 2011

... When someone's share price increases over 100e they are declared Centurions and are toasted by everyone on the Avenue. If you do sign up, be sure to send me a private message. I'll be happy to invite you to join the #SocialEmpire group on Facebook, where lots of great EA players hang out and talk about everything from tips on social networking, blogging and EA success to movies, music and their personal lives. It's a boat load of fun AND it helps you to succeed at blogging and social networking. What do you say? Why not try Empire Avenue now, and receive 2,000 Eaves on me!

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Tags: social networking, empire avenue

Breadcrumbs, Call Numbers and Just Average Joe

By Libdrone, published on Sep 26, 2010

In the classic fairy tale Hansel and Gretel the children leave a trail of breadcrumbs to enable themselves to find their way back through the forest. At the library, each and every item in the collection has a unique call number, which makes it possible to track and locate any item at any time.

The early BrooWaha participants clearly did not know much of anything about web publishing, nor the ways of Google which pretty much every web publisher MUST understand. No one who understands search engines would ever add a three type-written page comment to a year old article, rather... (more)

Tags: broowaha, social networking, cremed corn, just average joe

To be or not to Blog?

By Deanna Meiresonne, published on Jul 16, 2010

...pulp. You generate one thought pattern, and you follow it, watch it flower before you like a budding blossom, one petal unfurling a new story, a new character, a new wave of consciousness.

And yet we don’t.

We hound our subconscious with such an overwhelming flood of social networking, it’s not even social anymore. Some of us are morphing like Power Rangers gone back in time, acting like competitive warlords with separation anxieties. SOME of us (hint hint) are hoarding over our petty pieces of internet land propaganda, claiming connection and communication as the... (more)

Tags: facebook, twitter, seo, blog, social networking, wordpress, how to tweet, to blog or not to blog, to be or not to be, seo best practices, how to blog, how to become famous

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