Rhonda Cagle

The Value of Being Social

In Uncategorized on October 24, 2012 at 1:48 pm

We tweet our lives in 140 characters or less. We “”like” on Facebook and post pictures of our meals, our drinks, and our events so our “friends” can comment on and “like” our every move.

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Like it or not, social media is now a part of our everyday lives. I’m doing my best to find the value of being social in my “real” world and writing about it in my latest column for the Arizona Republic. Go ahead… read it, then share with your friends on Facebook or re-tweet on Twitter to keep the conversation going! http://www.azcentral.com/community/swvalley/articles/20121024cagle-friends-made-online-enrich-my-local-community-life.html#protected

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