Between this resignation due to totally off color comments via Facebook and the twitter lawsuit, I’m left wondering how “private” we can really allow ourselves to think the internet is. I mostly think of these venues as personal and private, despite their slightly public venue - kind of like a conversation in a park. I don’t feel these things are indicative of a professional or very public persona. I know the internet is blurring the lines between all of these areas, but it hardly seems logical to use someone’s Facebook profile as an indicator of their professional acumen. Same goes for suing someone with 20 followers on Facebook, as it seems like a poor use of resources.
the only amount you can carry is nothing more than two hand fulls.
i need a tow truck.” —vantage point.: it’s when i fell into you.
Q: Do sedimentary rocks taste sweet?
A: They are much more likely to taste earthy or salty.
- Connecting to server...
- You're now chatting with a random stranger. Say hi!
- Stranger: Heyy
- Stranger: M or F
- You: shark!
- Stranger: LOL
- You: sshhhh
- You: wait a min
- Stranger: K
- You: ... sorry, I HATE sharks What were you saying?
- Stranger: Uhh m or f?
- You: me or the shark?
- Your conversational partner has disconnected.