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NYMC07 #4 - My Place on MySpace

New record for September: 7.5 hours of sleep!! Glorious! This morning Josh Griffin ran a seminar on the internet, social networking and teenagers. I'm running some similar things early next year - so it's good to rip his ideas! Here's some:
To protect yourself on line you must…
  1. Stranger-protect your profile
  2. Limit the use of personal information online
  3. Open up to parents and accountability
  4. Regularly clean-up your profile
  5. Only befriend real-life friends
  6. Don’t talk to strangers
  7. Report red flags to the proper channels
  8. Take a few minutes and clean it up
  9. Move the computer to a public space
6 Key to remember
  1. What you post is like a billboard along the information superhighway
  2. It is quite possible you are being lied to
  3. People say things online they would never say in real life
  4. What you post is permanent
  5. Don’t be afraid of “shoulder surfing”
  6. The internet is as safe as you want it to be
To get people to your website
  • Content
  • Community
  • Current
Stay tuned for a special episode of On the Poddy with Josh.

NYMC Live Blog: #1 - Live Blogging; #2 - Getting here, #3 - Josh Griffin.

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