online etiquette

Like many, I've been a bit busy on social media these past few weeks. Most of the time I manage to have respectful discussions, admittedly with people who are not too far off my own social and political spectrum.
Much online behaviour is terrible. We take things personally, throw insults, shut down debate, never challenge our own ideas, and generally act like idiots. Not you, of course  - but lots of other people. There is a better way.
Game of Thrones is a show that drives discussion. You'll be hard-pressed to find a fan of the series that hasn't loudly proclaimed
So you're on Twitter. But are you being annoying enough? If not, simply try doing one of these things with your precious
I've no idea why Cinnamon, a restaurant in south Dublin, is so wildly popular for Sunday brunch.
Essentially, my final year was a frustrating affair. So frustrating, in fact that I felt the need to implement an 'instant cull' rule whereby, anyone who published an Facebook post that I deemed useless was instantly culled from my friends.
Your personal life is not a series of Apple product launches. You do not need to speak in code, or subtle intimation. "Three sleeps to go" is not a meaningful contribution to my life. "Sleep" is not a unit of time, and even if it were, you still haven't told me anything.
Mash Up: Yes, Twitter updates are limited to 140 characters but using phrases such as "kthnxbai" (the new "talk to the hand
I started a business. It made me want to drink copious quantities, smoke myself into oblivion and hit my head against a brick