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I was meeting some friends whom I had not seen in ages. Thanks to Facebook, we had re-connected after a gap of almost five years. Most of us had last seen each other as single (or attached) girls grad...
I have had a few unsavoury incidents with "friends" on Facebook that led me to some introspection. Facebook, for one, is much more personal than say Twitter. On Twitter everything is public, so when I post I am mindful of the fact that my audience could be just about anyone. But on Facebook, you have the option of not interacting with the public at large. Hence you have your "friends", a cosy cocoon where you feel free to showcase your best and your worst. Therein lies the problem.