Over at YA Outside the Lines, I posted about planning ahead with social networks. A sample: "By the time I started Twitter, I was able to foresee many of the decisions I would have to make ... I had developed a set of questions that helps me frame a personal online policy for any new network. ..."
I would say I'm also more cautious now about
joining new networks. The thought of having to create any more profiles
or set any more passwords is daunting. My favorite online hangouts are
still blogs, Twitter, and the blue boards. I also like my Goodreads presence,
because from the start I planned the very specific way in which I
wanted to use it. When it comes to social media, I now know what I like,
and I have some idea of how many sites I can really keep up with
(hint: it's a lower number than the number of sites I actually joined).
Have you found yourself setting policies for yourself, whether formally