A little over a week ago, I received a curious message from Amazon.com. I was confused at first because I had not placed an order, and unlike many other retailers, Amazon doesn’t send me random “sale-mail.” My uncertainty grew when I opened the message to learn that one of my Twitter followers was now following me on Kindle. Following me on Kindle? Huh?
Teaching, tech, and productivity.
A few weeks ago, I decided to take the word “friend” seriously in regards to my Facebook account. Looking through my friends list, I realized that my “friends” included actual friends and close family members; along with distant cousins; acquaintances; colleagues; folks I met once at a conference; folks I barely spoke to when we attended high school together; and even folks I only know through another social network, Twitter. I should add that my friends list did not include students; my policy …