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Mathieu Plourde

Beware IT crowd: Facebook hubs may influence grades - 0 views

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    ""You may not be aware, but this can actually have a massive effect on the performance of the [student] cohort," he said. "If the wrong students set up [the most popular] group, and that's the one everyone goes on, the amount of control they have…is massive." He continued: "If the group is set up by students so that only they can post and nobody else, they can censor discussions."
Mathieu Plourde

6-Day Visit To Rural African Village Completely Changes Woman's Facebook Profile Picture - 0 views

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    "As soon as I walked into that dusty, remote town and the smiling children started coming up to me, I just knew my Facebook profile photo would change forever,"
Mathieu Plourde

15 Facebook Habits You Need To Break Right Now - 0 views

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    Stop annoying everyone, and get gooder at social media and stuff.
Mathieu Plourde

Quitting Facebook Is The New 'I Quit TV' (You Hipster, You) - 0 views

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    "Ditching Facebook has become a new, elitist form of "conspicuous non-consumption," on par with refusing television, argues New York University assistant professor Laura Portwood-Stacer in a recent article published in the Journal of New Media and Society. Once upon a time, being on Facebook meant you were hip. Now, not having a Facebook account is the status symbol -- at least to some."
Mathieu Plourde

Farewell to Facebook - 0 views

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    "Horror stories have been published about employers asking for job applicants' Facebook passwords. Recently, psychologists discovered that employers frown upon applicants without a Facebook presence. The lack of a profile raises many red flags: is this person anti-social? Was once tagged in too many party photos? Is he or she just pretentious?"
Mathieu Plourde

Narcissists Can Be Identified By Their Facebook Accounts - 0 views

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    "The researchers found that the number of Facebook friends and wallposts that individuals have on their profile pages correlates with narcissism. Buffardi said this is consistent with how narcissists behave in the real-world, with numerous yet shallow relationships. Narcissists are also more likely to choose glamorous, self-promoting pictures for their main profile photos, she said, while others are more likely to use snapshots."
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