“Greetings, citizens of the printerverse. It’s Deborah Corn from Print Media Centr, here with your Social Media Minute, and today we're going to talk about you. So, I've kind of decided that social media is divided into reporting, observing, and a combination of both. So, when you are planning your social media sharing, you should come at it from one of those angles. Did you see something out in the world that you thought is worth sharing? Well, that's observing. Did you have a thought that you think is relevant to your peers, your colleagues, your customers? Did you create it yourself? Did you find it somewhere else? Why is it important? That is more reporting. And, the combination of both works nicely, because you also help other people share their information and create a network of sharing when you either report on something else that somebody shared, observe something else that somebody shared, or like I said, a combination of both. This works nicely for blogging, as well. A lot of people are afraid to start blogging because they don't know what to say. Well, you can go out into the world, and you’ll check out Print Media Centr, pull up some articles, see what you agree with or don't agree with, add some commentary to it, link back to wherever you clip the article, of course, because that's proper blogging etiquette, and then share as either a reporter, an observer or a combination of both. So, that’s today’s Social Media Minute. Report, observe, do a combo platter, but keep sharing."