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Word of mouth and a Facebook event triggered thousands of New Jersey high school students to participate in a walkout yesterday. The event’s current attendance is over 18,000.

According to the Mashable article, “The event was organized by 18-year-old Michelle Ryan Lauto — a Pace University student who once attended high school in New Jersey. Lauto decided to take action after Governor Chris Christie announced that he would be cutting $820 million in educational funding for next year, according to the Hartford Courant.”

It’s great to see social media bringing such a large group of people together for a cause. Many people say that today’s youth are apathetic and self concerned but this proves otherwise.

Check out footage of the protest:

Did you know you can choose who sees your Facebook updates? Sounds appealing to me. You can now divide your Facebook friends into lists and choose who can see each of your posts. Find out how you can keep your updates private by reading this Mashable article. You’re welcome.

If your company has a Facebook presence, I am okay with it. However, if your company goes about this presence wrong, I am not okay with it.

If I like your business/product/service and you want me to become a fan of your page, I will become a fan of your page. If I really like your business/product/service and you want me to join a group in support of it, I will consider joining. However, I don’t care how much I like your business/product/service, I probably will not accept your company as a friend.

JCrew is an example of a company that I love and support. Become a fan of the JCrewAholics page here.

In this article some Facebook Etiquette Rules that people still forget are outlined. Please don’t forget them.

A summary of the faux pas: Pregnant cryptic private countdowns calling crazy awful colleagues instead of calling people you aren’t friends with, is application overload.

Social Media is not a fad. This video has the facts to prove it.

When messaging ‘groups’ you administer, the rule is quality over quantity. If you send too many messages you, and your ‘group’, will lose Facebook credibility.

Humans today are always in a rush. It is best to send clear and concise messages.

Sending too many messages can do a few things: 1. Annoy people. 2. Confuse people. 3. Tempt people to ‘leave [the] group’.

When I get an unexpected ‘message’ I go straight to my ‘inbox’. When I get three messages from the same ‘friend’ and/or ‘group’ every week, I delete the email notification, without opening it, and delete the ‘message’ from my ‘inbox’ later.

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