Based on the hype and misunderstanding I see on the links people post on social media, and the way some media outlets distort the truth, I am concerned that many people don't think to look past headlines to read actual stories— and to seek out primary sources. Case in point: if you only read the headlines... Continue Reading →
Where I learned how to add social media buttons, and where I found them Today, I added custom social media links to my secondary menu, which appears on the left sidebar in the Twenty-Fourteen WordPress theme I'm using now. I did this because Twenty-Fourteen doesn't have social links in the theme, and I wanted them... Continue Reading →
Somehow I feel obliged to post something, but really I've been so busy prepping for classes and teaching that I really haven't felt the need to blog or even post much of anything on social media. I finally understand why some people are not into it at all. It seems to have lost its luster... Continue Reading →
My new focus is on being who I am on social media today, not securing my brand for tomorrow. Rather than creating a social media presence for the Daniel Greene I might someday be, I'm being socially present as the Daniel Greene I am now.
Perhaps you've seen this story about the woman who shot the man who ran into a movie theatre with a gun? According to this public Facebook post by Realtalk: On Sunday December 17, 2012, 2 days after the CT shooting, a man went to a restaurant in San Antonio to kill his X-girlfriend. After he shot... Continue Reading →