In a sense, this experiential living full of lessons isn’t unlike tasting the universe so that one can exactly decipher the mystifying recipe that has gone into its making.Similarly, treading onto paths that have clearly been denounced as ‘gory grey’ and thereby fatal, helps one learn lessons that unfold the wraps that drape the mystery that we call life.And there are clearly some people who lack the ability (or desire) to use either responsibly.One of my all-time favorite Facebook stories involved a recent college graduate backtracking it to the old Alma Mater on a recruiting trip.It's time that social media starts following the real life rules of common courtesy.Facebook, like nuclear technology, is a tool that can be used for good as well as evil.It was announced on April 25, 2013 that two additional spin-offs are in production: The Hook-Up, a dating show to be hosted by Andrew Schulz from Guy Code; and Guy Court, a faux courtroom hearing in which personalities will judge cases of "code violations".
Unfortunately, he knew she was going to Facebook (it's a verb now) him and he still had a few days in College Town, USA.in July 2012, right before the series' second season began.Maintained by head editor, Ryan Mc Kee, and associate editor, Marty Beckerman, the daily blog acts as a supplement to the series.So, he did the prudent thing and changed his status to Single. And because this is neither Vietnam nor the Wild West, we decided to implement some rules of etiquette for Mark Zuckerberg's handiwork.He and his old girl were on the rocks and he thought he'd enjoy the rest of the trip. Here are the top 10 rules of etiquette for using Facebook responsibly in and around relationships:1. As illustrated above, lots of problems can arise from a unilateral status change.