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  1. For those of you with FB, what kind of FB status tends to grab your attention, and you are compelled to respond to it - either by hitting the Like button, and or leaving a comment? Is it usually something funny or witty? Maybe it\'s a \"cause\" you agree with and want to show your support? Might it be a rant that is crying out for attention, therefore, you deliver? Could be something you find offensive and feel the need to point it out to the poster? What\'s your bait in being intrigued to respond?
  2. Social networks being: MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc etc.. I believe all of these require users to be at least 13-years of age or older to register. What is an appropriate age to use social networks in your opinion? Is it really an issue of one's age or one's maturity? Should some social networks be more restrictive than others? At what age did you first start using social networks? And what age will you allow your children to start using them?
  3. Hey everybody, Great to be here. I am Easton and I run a little non-profit called Sweep The Earth that is based in beautiful Denver, CO. Our focus is helping to fulfill Moses 7:62, in which the Lord told the prophet Enoch that in our time, He would flood the earth with righteousness and truth in preparation for His return. So if you like sharing the Gospel, are preparing for a full-time mission, or just want to learn how to be a better member missionary, I invite you to sign up and have some fun with us. Raised in the Church. Grew up in 4 different countries and served in the Peru Trujillo mission from 2000-02. Been working full-time in the social media consulting niche for several years. Anyone who wants help figuring out how to use the Web to accomplish your goals, religious or otherwise, feel free to message me and we can shoot the breeze. Google my name and you should find me pretty easily on Facebook/Twitter/etc. I love the restored Gospel and am deeply humbled to know that a Man I have never met in this life suffered unspeakable torture and paid the complete, incredible price of my sins, so that by His blood-soaked stripes I could be fully healed. It is astonishing to me that it actually works - it is actually real. I know this by the undeniable power of the Holy Ghost, which I have felt thousands of times in my 30 years on this little blue marble sailing through the immense darkness. And I love the Book of Mormon and the great prophet Joseph Smith. I cannot wait to meet that man someday and thank him for all he has done for me. And the book! It is the most powerful and beautiful thing I have ever read. I will never forget how I felt in the summer of 2000 as I studied it carefully for an hour each day, asking God constantly to tell me if it really is true. It was as if a floodlight was shining on me brighter and brighter each day, and a strong armor was placed on me. I did the experiment, and I know for myself. The Book of Mormon is a true history and confirms that Jesus really is the Savior of the world, and that Joseph Smith really did do the will of the Lord and put His authorized church back on the earth. "This is my glory, that perhaps I may be an instrument in the hands of God to bring some soul to repentance; and this is my joy." - Alma 29:9
  4. More divorced couples say Facebook hurt their marriage Facebook may be a fan favorite, but a new report claims it could be bad for your marriage. According to Loyola University Health Systems, more than 80 percent of divorce lawyers report they've seen a jump in divorce cases involving social networking. Facebook seems to be the number one offender with one in five divorced couples claiming the popular site led to the end of their marriage. Many of those cases involved flirty messages and photographs, as well as reuniting with old flames and past hook-ups. So what do you think? Do Facebook and other social networking sites hurt marriages? Weigh in with your comments below.
  5. I came across this interesting article this morning in Meridian Magazine and after reading it, I feel that it is something that we all should take time to read and seriously consider what the writer is saying. I believe that some very wise counsel is being given here. I know for myself personally, I am beginning a hous...e cleaning campaign particularly as far as group invitations and application requests. I have already blocked many applications and will be blocking more. I will also be taking a closer inventory of the groups that I am a part of now as well as any future group request. I applaud the author of this article. I would be interested in your responses. Link: Meridian Magazine:: Ideas and Society: Why I’m Wary of Facebook
  6. I´ve set up a Facebook page called: LDS - Islam friendship. Take a look (o: and also enjoy the two videos from Youtube, one with views of temples and one with views of mosques. Anyone interested in creating a similar page on the net (outside Facebook)? LDS - Islam friendship | Facebook Comments invited.