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Insights about handling yourself in an online community.
For bored and isolated people, social media can often serve as a godsend. Yet with worries such as this, spouses might do well to be cautious. Not necessary jealous, but at least to be wondering a bit, if someone spends seemingly forever online.
The big three older social media sites, when you strip away the celebrities and the companies, can be a boatload of errands or a standard-form holiday letter. You know the kind, where you're told little Suzie has taken up the clarinet. Over and over ad infinitum.
Fixing up your profile page, and populating it with a Twitter stream and blog summaries.
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