My thoughts on experiences this far…
Saturday August 18th 2018

Posts Tagged ‘Social Networking’

Goodreads: A book-reader’s delight

I’ve known about Goodreads for some 3 years and often marvelled at this book readers’ resource. I was introduced to it by a friend who sent me an invite to join it in 2007—I promptly did that, posted some quick reviews of my reads early on and then sort of stayed off [Read More]

If you’re reading those comments, then say so

Enough is being said about engaging audiences through social media channels to create friends and followers. My experience of Twitter even shows me that users are vigilant of feedback to their tweets in that space and making an effort to revert in real time. They [Read More]

Social Networking: What to NOT do to excel at it!

A recent read on twitter-etiquettes leads me to share my own pet peeves on behaviour I come across, in the hope that it reforms some attitudes. I find that as we’re forming digital communities, it’s only fair that we adopt the right etiquette in our interaction [Read More]

Exercise self-regulation at work

There is much being said about how as an employee, you could add value to your job by doing some more and making your inputs more tangible. In a way, I’m glad that the economic slowdown is reducing complacency among people, encouraging them to appreciate what they [Read More]