Instagram Launches “Stories”: What Parents Should Know

I've found, over the past year, the best way to describe the difference between Instagram and Snapchat is by looking at how we share. For Instagram we are highlighting moments from our day or week in a one off way that sticks around forever. Snapchat allows a you to share so much more by posting … Continue reading Instagram Launches “Stories”: What Parents Should Know

Twitter Polls Become Cyberbullying Tool

In late October of this year Twitter introduced a new way for its 500 million users to interact with one another by launching Twitter Polls. While Twitter has always offered ways for users to gather information and opinions through hashtags or simply having users cast their vote through either retweet or favorites, this new polling … Continue reading Twitter Polls Become Cyberbullying Tool

New Ask.fm Owner Wants To Eliminate Bullying, Moves Company to the US

In summer of 2013, popular social networking site Ask.fm brought bullying back to the forefront of the minds of people around the world, sparking debates on privacy and digital responsibility (see What Parents Should Know About Ask.FM) The site allowed users to interact anonymously by asking and responding to questions. Naturally, young users took advantage … Continue reading New Ask.fm Owner Wants To Eliminate Bullying, Moves Company to the US