I have invisible disabilities. And the vertigo which is somewhat visible in the sense that I use a cane... if I do Not I look rather drunk and I do not like the judgments I get from that in public. I also do not like falling, thus the cane. Anyway, disabilities on social media are … Continue reading Invisible Disability: Hidden from sight on Social Media
How A Trump Proposal Could Reduce 'Happy' Disabled People A new policy proposal by the Trump administration calls for the surveillance of disabled people’s social media profiles to determine the necessity of their disability benefits. The proposal, which reportedly aims to cut down on the number of fraudulent disability claims would, monitor the profiles of … Continue reading Disability: see me smiling?
You know when it comes to privacy I am aware not to allow certain apps access, not to take those infernal quizzes on Facebook, to make sure all my privacy settings are up to date. But I am equally aware corporations have profiled me since I bought my first credit card and since I did any … Continue reading With chronic illness do you #DeleteFacebook or not?
Are you all about 180 characters or less? Do you enjoy shooting the perfect photo? Or perhaps love sharing posts on Facebook.What’s your favorite platform to get your voice heard and why? Social media wise I would have to say that Facebook is my favorite platform. I can: Post my blog automatically to it Post … Continue reading #HAWMC Social media