There’s a lot of political news out there, and while ChurchMag strives to stay about politics, sometimes we have to address it. Even so, I will endeavor to do so without partisan passions. For now, let’s forget our political persuasions and talk about Elizabeth Warren, US Senator and Democratic candidate for the presidency, and her relationship with Facebook.
Have you used FaceApp?
It’s the wildly popular image app that can transform your face and “age” your image to see what you will look like in the far future.
Which brings up an interesting topic about data privacy and you!
To post, or not to post — that is the question!
Do you mentally “check yourself” before posting on social media?
Do you think about how others will respond to what you share?
Do you have a platform?
Do you want to expand your reach and influence others?
Do you want to ask yourself why?
Let’s discuss! And be sure to message us via Twitter @ChurchMag using #cmagcast, by email at [email protected], or say something here and we’ll share your thoughts or answer your questions on an upcoming episode.
In a general sense, there is great intentionality in the design of social media platforms. I’d like to assume there are clear reasons for that in the minds of the architects. Now bloated with features, Facebook started to enrich connections between people. Instagram started as a simple app for sharing a photo. Though the jury is still out on what microblogging is, Twitter is a platform for that. Creators have one way of thinking and then users get into the picture. It doesn’t seem it’s long until users start using social media platforms the wrong way.