A Teen Speaks-When did it become acceptable to post drunk antics on Facebook?
A bad photo posted, an inappropriate message sent, a status containing enough spelling/grammar errors to bring my high school English teacher to tears; we’ve all been there during a big [...]
A Teen Speaks: 10 Days Without Facebook
Recently, I returned from spending ten days overseas. During this time, I had no internet, no phone reception and at times, no electricity, meaning that yes (shudder), I was without [...]
A Teen Speaks: What does your profile picture really say about you?
Choosing a profile picture is no easy task. We want something that actually represents us as people, right? I mean, just because you like your new kitten doesn’t mean you’d [...]
A Teen Speaks: ‘Keyboard Warriors’ and How to Deal With Them
The next time you have an issue or something confronting to say to someone, do yourself a favor and say it to their face. I promise it will be more [...]
A Teen Speaks: How Accurate Are Our Online Profiles?
My uncle uses online dating sites and us nieces are always the first to bombard him with questions, wanting all the juicy details. After his last date, the first thing [...]
A Teen Speaks: The Internet Lacks a Delete Button
There are some things that just shouldn’t be shared online. Surely love is something too personal to be posted alongside ‘Bad Luck Brian’ posts and Taylor Swift goat videos. Austin [...]
A Teen Speaks – Why Students Love to Use Facebook at School
The key to Facebook’s popularity is its ease of use. It makes communicating easy. We can easily share thoughts, ideas and photos with all of our friends and family members, [...]
A Teen Speaks: Are Parents Driving Teens to Facebook Alternatives?
Teenagers aren’t the only ones who have flocked to Facebook. The generation before us, our parents, have also turned to the social media great for communication, games and, of course, [...]
A Teen Speaks: Friends, Foes and Facebook
The meaning of the term "friend" has changed. On Facebook, we are almost as intimate with our enemies as we are our friends. We share statuses, photos and check-ins. We [...]
A Teen Speaks: Should a Mother Use Wall Posts to Defend Her Child From Facebook Bullies?
Are mothers the biggest keyboard warriors? A recent Facebook incident has me thinking that they just might be. There’s no denying that a child’s number one ally is their mother, [...]