There’s a reason they call it social media: it is supposed to support our social lives and bring us closer together. So why do social networks leave so many of us feeling overwhelmed and disconnected?
This page is full of ideas and resources to put the social back in social media. It includes blog posts about tools and strategies for connecting with your sweetheart or friends (kids, parents and other family members get their own family page).
Your time online should increase the amount of love in your life. I hope these strategies and ideas can help.
This post for Oprah.com shows how the social media can take your marriage online — with a great date offline.
My first post for Oprah.com shares six ideas for how technology can make for better dates.
In a few hours I’ll be thankful for a plate of turkey, stuffing and gravy. Meanwhile, there’s nothing like jamming chunks of bread into the cavity of a formerly living creature to make you appreciate what really matters in life. As I stood elbow-deep in turkey, I found myself reflecting on the person who is at the heart of most of what I have to be thankful for this year
What I learned from my dear friend Michael: about love, about the world, and about having a damn good time.
Learn how I set up a Twitter system that connects me more closely to the people and ideas that matter most in my own life.
Twitter friends and followers are more than statistics. They’re real relationships, real people. When we get so obsessed with the number that we’re willing to entrust the following process to a ponzi scheme, we’ve lost sight of the purpose of this — or any other — social network: to connect us, and to help us communicate.