Monday, 24 February 2014

Stop freaking out, parents: Social media isn’t the problem - Salon.com

Stop freaking out, parents: Social media isn’t the problem - Salon.com:

"Ten years ago, if you were a technology reporter striving to make sense of the rise of Friendster and Orkut and Tribe.net — this whole newfangled “social networking” thingamabob — you were well-advised to visit the campus of University of California, Berkeley, where Danah Boyd was a graduate student working towards a Ph.D. from the School of Information.” Nobody was thinking harder or more presciently about the implications of social media back then than Boyd."
Stop freaking out, parents: Social media isn't the problem


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