Friday, July 9, 2010
Power to Learn - Are You Oversharing?: "Technology continues to stimulate the coining of new terms and if you aren’t familiar with the term “oversharing,” it is likely that you soon will be. Oversharing means exactly what it sounds like - the sharing of way too much information about ourselves. Stuff that most people don’t need – and especially don’t want – to know about us. If you or your kids are active on social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Gowalla and Foursquare you may want to take a moment and consider the amount of oversharing you are doing online and what it could mean to your personal security." Click to read more
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