The Histrionics of the Online World
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Are you the quintessential Internet dweller, the kind whose omnipresence in all social media platforms is one of the universal laws of nature, occasionally contributing to your friends and ...

Are you the quintessential Internet dweller, the kind whose omnipresence in all social media platforms is one of the universal laws of nature, occasionally contributing to your friends and acquaintances' annoying spam feeds?

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  • Are you the quintessential Internetdweller, the kind whoseomnipresence in all social mediaplatforms is one of the universallaws of nature, occasionallycontributing to your friends andacquaintances annoying spamfeeds?
  • Do you consider yourself a thoughtleader, or are you just being theever predictable histrionic;constantly imploring the attentionof your LinkedIn connections,Facebook friends, and Twitterfollowers?
  • See the list if you have violated oneor several in-house rules of thevirtual space.
  • Photographing Every Meal YouCook or Order.Among the defilements of IEDCode, this one is probably the mostirksome. Whether you fancy yourown culinary creations or that horsd’eouvre really satisfies ourgastronomic yearnings, we reallyare not interested.
  • Photographing Every Meal YouCook or Order.
  • If you are a food blogger, thisis excusable provided thatyou post it on your blog andinvite your friends to take alook at it there
  • Liking Every Status You See onFacebook.Although, getting a ginormousamount of ‘likes’ has become anego gymnasium for all FB addicts,and profit contribution to onlinecompanies, it’s not worth the clickif you are not genuinely fascinatedwith a status update.
  • Liking Every Status You See onFacebook.Albeit a very little effort, randomlyclicking the LIKE button weakensyour intention of expressinginterest on the few posts that yousincerely like.
  • Professing Romantic AfflictionsOnline.Social networking sites are made tomake you reconnect with people: Itis not a toll-free hotline or amessage board for Eros andAphrodite.
  • Documenting Everything You Do.Remember, if we always knowwhere and what you’re up to, thenwhat’s left to know about you?Refrain from posting daily deetsabout your existence. Your actionswill eventually give you a bad rep inthe future.
  • Writing Nonsensical PersonalMessages on People’s Wall.Don’t write messages on people’swall. One, it’s too exhausting,especially if you have a thousandfriends; two, it’s pointless.
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