Tag: social media

  • Too busy to blog

    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 […]

  • A social media presence that reflects the present

    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.

  • Police make us safer; vigilantes, not so much.

    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 […]

  • My tweets & retweets during the DNC

    Edith Byrd was a fool for waving her SS card at the camera (why did she even do that???) but they shouldn't have broadcast it. #distraction — Daniel Greene (@danielgreene) September 6, 2012 If you want to stop #votersuppression, you should vote for Barack Obama– while you still can! Great job, President Clinton! #VoteDemocrat — […]

  • Who cares what I have to say?

    Today it’s Facebook, Google+, Twitter. Yesterday it was rap groups, support groups, open mic. I don’t remember feeling like nobody cared what I had to say when I was speaking to people in person. Now that I’m writing for the Internet — for the past 17 years or so, and sharing on social media for the […]