Facebook has changed the whole birthday game, as it were.No longer do people get credit for remembering the day you graced humanity; now they get an alert (and a follow-up reminder! The ease of remembering has led to confusion about how to offer the appropriate “happy birthday” greeting.He and his old girl were on the rocks and he thought he'd enjoy the rest of the trip. Here are the top 10 rules of etiquette for using Facebook responsibly in and around relationships:1. As illustrated above, lots of problems can arise from a unilateral status change.
Anyone can get valuable information and private photos from your profile -- ultimately getting you in big trouble.
One of my all-time favorite Facebook stories involved a recent college graduate backtracking it to the old Alma Mater on a recruiting trip.
He went to a neighborhood watering hole, flashed some of that first-year cash and, later, worked on his night moves with a fine, young coed.
Sure, there are some who shrug off the whole thing as a celebration for children.
But those people have dark, black souls and should be shunned.
The private identification being summoned by the website from its users include copies of their driver's license, state-issued ID cards, passports, military cards, photo IDs, etc.