Author: Julia
I'm a wife and mommy first, as well as a social media consultant/manager, editor, and writer. I'm also editor of Musical Reviewer and Houston Theatre Blog.

We Can Finally Edit FB Posts!

Finally — Facebook now allows you to edit your posts! This update should be rolling out over the next few days. One would have thought this would have been rolled out alongside being able to edit our comments. Oddly enough,

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National Punctuation Day 2013

Happy National Punctuation Day! What’s your favorite punctuation mark? I’m partial to the interrobang (?!) and the Oxford comma. Check out and this neat article about 13 little-known punctuation marks we should be using. Remember, punctuation can save lives! 😉

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Oxford English Dictionary Adds New Techy Terms in June 2013 Update

The Oxford English Dictionary’s Twitter account, @OED, tweeted Thursday: The social-networking sense of #tweet (noun & verb) has just been added to the OED: #OEDupdate Our language is ever-evolving, and the Oxford English Dictionary has proven that once again,

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AP Stylebook Twitter Gaffe: Google Pus

AP Stylebook’s Twitter account, @APStylebook, posted an amusing gaffe yesterday: AP Style tip: circles: central organizing principle of Google Pus. Users group each other into circles to control who can see their posts. In case you missed it, that’s “pus”

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This Week in Social Media: Crisis Management, Hashtags, and…Psychopaths?

This week’s social media tidbits: You will probably share this without reading it — This is so true, especially with one family member on Facebook! Haha! Is Social Media Turning You Into a Psychopath? [Infographic] — Scary how this rings true, especially

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