Twitter. Good, Bad, Ugly?

Prior to the class of beginning multimedia I have used twitter slightly. I used it to fallow celebrities, news stations, and comical sites.  I never thought of twitter be something professional. I looked at my pervious tweets and I had retweeted and tweeted, for most of the time I said things that were appropriate. As I looked at my tweets I realized that some of them I would not show my future employer.

Is this a bad thing? I believe that social media can be a place where you let things fly. If it is a dirty joke or something political you shouldn’t be afraid to let it be shared with your friends. This is called a social life. Yes there are downfalls to posting what ever you please, but keep in mind its your right to say what you please.

The Good

Twitter is good to keep up to date on daily events. For example when Mach Madness was going on, I could look at twitter and search hashtags for events that were happening in that moment. You can also see others hashtags and fallow events that are unplanned and happening. For example when the musician Prince died, as soon as you looked on your twitter you could see the hashtag #RIPPrince and read peoples tweets about the event.

The Bad

People can use Twitter to bully and say very mean things. Everyone has the right to express their opinion but somethings are meant to be kept private. People can exploit others just like any other social media as well. Keep it clean and be nice about your postings.

The Ugly

Twitter is full of garbage. Some celebrities post too much information that as people should know about. People constantly are fighting back and forth about silly things that really have no meaning. Also there are just some people on Twitter that you just do not want to fallow because it is just ugly stuff.

 

Take a  look at my twitter, I be you will learn, laugh, and question life.

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Top 10 Cheap Things To Do Around The Lake In The Summer

 

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    1. Hike Mt. Rose – When in North Shore head up to Mt. Rose and hit the trail. There are a few trail on Mt.Rose to try with amazing views of the lake. It is the third highest peak in the Lake Tahoe area at 10,778 ft.
    2. Donner Memorial State Park– The Donner Party, who suffered a winter in the area and resorted to cannibalism to survive. This beautiful place in the land of Sierra Nevada range offers a wealth of warm- and cold-weather possibilities, including camping, fishing, hiking, boating, skiing, and more. In the Donner Memorial State Park there is an onsite museum charts local history and geology, and a memorial to the Donner party documents the conditions through which the survivors lived. Donner Park’s beach is small, but the sand is really nice and the swimming area.
    3. Taylor Creek Visitor Center – The Taylor Creek Visitor Center is located on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. It is free to enter and offers both adult and children an up-close view of the local flora and fauna. The paved trails and bridges throughout the marshlands are stroller friendly and there are both guided and self guided interpretive trails, an underground “aquarium” area where you can see an actual part of Taylor Creek.
    4. Desolation Wilderness -Desolation Wilderness is the most heavily used wilderness area in the country. Desolation Wilderness is 12.5 miles long and 8 miles. Day Hikers fill out registration forms at the head, but overnighters must pay a fee and register ahead of time. You will find magnificent views from all over, specifically one atop a granite slope that overlooks Emerald Bay, where you cannot find a better place for a picnic
    5. Emerald Bay – Emerald Bay State Park on the southwest area of Lake Tahoe is home to park is home to Eagle Falls and Vikingsholm, a 38-room mansion that is one of the finest examples of Scandinavian architecture in the western hemisphere. The park contains the only island in Lake Tahoe, Fannette Island where a small teahouse was built by the owner of the Vikingsholm Castle.
    6. Flume Trail –  This is is one of the most beautiful mountain bike rides in the Lake Tahoe area. The beginning of this section of the Flume Trail is at 8700 on Mt. Rose Highway above Incline Village. It is a 14 mile one way trail. Don’t be afraid of highest , this trail will give you a good steep ride.
    7. Jetski and  boat on the Lake – The lake is a beautiful place to take the watercraft out on a nice sunny day. Don’t forget to wear the sunblock. All motor crafts that go on the lake must be a four stroke motor and go under inspection before launching it into the lake.
    8. scuba dive – There are many different companies on the lake that teach scuba diving and places to rent equipment. The clear lake is the perfect place to go dive and see what the lake has to offer from a different perspective.
    9. Sand Harbor Beach –  There are 55 acres of long sandy beaches, rocky coves, shady forested areas and panoramic lake views. Sand Harbor is three miles south of Incline Village on State route 28. It is home to the Shakespeare festival during July and August.
    10. Kayak and paddle board the lake – You can do no wrong by renting a kayak or paddle board and adventure out on the lake on a nice sunny day you can jump from beach to beach on you non motorized watercraft.