College admissions officers are turning to sites like Facebook more and more to learn about applicants, a new survey shows.
Keeping profiles professional
DO NOT POST:
Illegal activities: Students experiment with many activities and substances, but the second you post risky behavior you become vulnerable not only for school expulsion but for criminal prosecution.
Bullying: This includes any verbal, written or physical conduct that denigrates or shows hostility toward anyone.
Trash talk about your teachers: You never know which one of your professors will hold the keys to the next great internship or job announcement.
Lies or plagiarized content: Don’t lie about professional or academic achievements when applying to college or an internship. People will investigate.
Threaten violence: Even anonymous, empty threats raise red flags. Social media is not the place to vent your frustrations and violent thoughts. Talk to a school counselor.
Don’t rely on privacy settings 100 percent. Although most major social network sites update you with privacy improvements, the changes often are too frequent to follow and can get complicated. It’s best to assume anything you post is fair game.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the
release of proposed regulations for the State’s medical marijuana program as
required by the Compassionate Care Act. The proposed regulations are an
important step toward making medical marijuana a treatment option in New York
for individuals suffering from one of the debilitating diseases outlined in the
Act. These regulations provide a comprehensive structure that will govern all
aspects of the medical marijuana program in New York State.
“Today we take another step forward to provide much-needed relief to New
Yorkers living with extraordinary pain, while balancing the need to safeguard
general public health and safety,” Governor Cuomo said. “These proposed
regulations are designed with that in mind, so that we can alleviate suffering
for patients with serious conditions while also ensuring that medical marijuana
is dispensed and administered responsibly.”
Whoa! Look what things are coming down to! US Cultural collapse! Without reaching back more than a few months, we've had more injustices, inhumanities, scandals and shocks than anyone could have imagined. And they keep coming!
The Computer = SONY Pandora's Box ::: The Hollywood studio that made the James Bond and Spider-Man films has abandoned shoots after hackers crippled its computer network, and leaked four films and thousands of documents. Agencies filming for Sony Pictures have cancelled shoots because the problems have left it unable to process payments, a source told The Times.
This came for the Dollar store! The same display had USB wires for Androids and iPhone for $1 each, so I bought two for each phone. I picked up a few extra as stocking-stuffers for the coming Holiday Season! I get a full charge on my iPhone from 50% in about twenty minutes! This particular item comes in white or black! Solar Charger
A full-featured solar charger like mine means you rarely run out of battery power when you're on the go! I got this one for about USD $8 on Ali Baba. It takes about an hour to fully charge my iPhone from 39%.