Whether it’s for the attention or to cope with the situation, the use of social media during an event like an earthquake something used by students and professionals to learn about an earthquake.
Let’s Make It “Facebook Official”
Destined to last forever, or destined to bite the dust?
The test of time is no longer the only way to figure out if your significant other is the one for you. Facebook recently released information claiming that they can accurately predict how long a “Facebook official” relationship will last.
Are You About That Life?
With social media becoming our generation’s most common form of communication, people are able to share whatever they wish about themselves to all of their friends, family, and even strangers with a click of a button.
OP-ED: Keep your private life private
In a world where people share what they had for lunch on Tuesday, what they wore on Friday, and where they are now, why does it come as a surprise that someone is looking at this information?
Is Facebook losing its mojo?
students questioned around campus seem to have Facebook in their rearview
OP-ED: Social media has a responsibilty to protect users information
In the age of lightning fast information and sharing one’s life on the Internet, social media users have to be careful of what they post. There are people out there waiting to get ahold of personal information to scam, sell something, or steal someone’s identity.
OP-ED: Users become face for social advertising
For those out there still consistently using Facebook, you might have scrolled through your news feed recently and come across what looked like a normal post, until you realized it was an ad for a product one of your 700 friends liked.
Technological invasion gets mixed reactions
With the rapid increase of quality in technology and the demand students have for it, professors and instructors at PCC have slowly become more tolerant of technology’s presence in the classroom.