Tag Archives: social networking
Posted on 29. Aug, 2013 by admin.
Interpersonal skills can take a back seat to the allure of social media
by Melanie Terez, ’14
On a typical Wednesday afternoon, sophomore Isabelle Durrenberger and junior Morgan Wilcox have vastly different routines.
Durrenberger races off to violin practice for two-and-a-half hours after school, getting home to have a quick dinner before practicing again. Wilcox hitches a ride [...]
Posted on 18. Oct, 2012 by admin.
Students reflect upon current technolgy, share favorite iPhone and Twitter trends
by Emma Klebe ‘13 and Carly Tovell ‘13
What is your favorite iPhone app?
33.5% said Instagram
26% said they didn’t have an iPhone
20% said other
13% said Snapchat
6.5% said Pinterest
1% said Face Swap
If you like Instagram, @Arlingtonians suggests: Voxer
What’s the biggest iPhone problem?
42% said battery life
28% said they [...]
Posted on 14. Nov, 2011 by admin.
Google’s new website has students questioning whether or not Facebook can stay on top of social networking
by oliviamiltner, ‘13
The evolution of online social networking is clear. It began with e-mail, then instant messaging and Myspace. Now, there are Facebook, Skype and Twitter, and recently, a new site: Google+.
Although they may seem similar, Facebook and Google+ [...]
Posted on 03. Jun, 2011 by admin.
By Kate Magill
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In today’s world of social networking, a new fad has taken hold among young people, one that I find aggravating—the need for individuals to let the world know what they are doing at all times through the use of status updates. With popular sites such as Facebook [...]