donglegate_2Social media has become so ingrained in our day to day that it has become only second to breathing for some. We share what we eat while we’re eating it, and how we feel before we’re done with the experience. It’s like some of us think through social media.

We’ve all had the experience when someone or something upsets you or hits some type of emotional nerve and we feel the need to “share” it. Well, that decision cost a developer her job after she tweeted a picture and a comment about two men who were making sexually suggestive comments regarding computer parts behind her at a computer programming conference.

The debate in social media has now become whether she handled the situation correctly? Did her postings exacerbate the situation? Have we become a civilization that has lost touch with our ability to communicate with each other directly? You be the judge.

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