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infoholic @KathleenCrone: Thanks for challenging me to think more deeply about this.
I do post comments that I think will be helpful for other people but that I would not do/use myself because I see myself as a facilitator. I try to make it easy for builders to stay up to date.
I guess I was referring to more ethical/value based tweets such as the r u ok ones where people seem to very quickly jump on the band wagon, it seems with little thought. Perhaps it's more about clear about the reasons you use social media and then being consistent with how and why you pass on information and resources.
Enjoying how this discussion is unfolding
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Thank you for this advice. It's good to read some social media advice that keeps it simple and makes it easy to relate to. I have been observing a FB debate related to the value/effectiveness/ethics of #ruokday. I think it proves that there is scope to add another point to this list about reducing flippancy eg. tweeting about things without taking time to think about them or with a lack of genuineness (this is a little tricky to articulate). I also wonder if we should be extending point 1 "Do unto others .." to encouraging people to refrain from tweeting messages they would not purport or put into action offline eg. Don't talk the walk. Walk the talk. This could assist people to better filter and decide what they post online and help them to be respected (an extension of your point 2).