1. Jon Samuelson

    George, as usual you hit the nail on the head. I was just talking about “oversharing” with a couple of my friends. You can choose what you want or don’t want to see. So go ahead, unfriend the person, or “hide” their posts from your feed. Find the things that make you happy and use social media to your advantage. I love seeing Tim Lauer or Jeremy Macdonald’s Instagram feeds. There are some great things out there, learn how to personalize it to your advantage.

  2. John Spencer

    I’m not that Pinterested in anyone’s wedding plans . . . but someone is. As someone who is often accused of “oversharing” or “over-Tweeting” or “over-blogging,” It was nice to nod in agreement.

    I think it’s important that we give people permission to share and permission to step back and “under-share.”

    I sometimes forget that people who withdraw on social media are often doing this because they’re yearning for solitude or they’re too busy. It’s not a bad thing.

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