It starts in elementary school with Club Penguin and quickly moves into the world of Twitter, Vine and Instagram. You don’t have to be a celebrity to grow up on a screen these days. Words, pictures and videos are readily available for friends, parents, teachers, administrators, and bosses to see. Even with strict privacy settings, you can still be one screen shot away from missed opportunities due to a poor decision.
If you have a teenager and don’t understand what I just wrote, you should learn. Social networking is here to stay and what your children post might change the options for their future.
Here is a recent article from the New York Times about how this matter could affect college admission processes.