Carlton's ponderings: Sounding off on social media

By J. Carlton Collins, CPA

Social media madness. One of the things I like best about social media is everyone can join in the conversation and say whatever they want. One of the things I dislike most about social media is everyone can join in the conversation and say whatever they want.

Auto volume leveling. It's annoying how many videos and music files play back at different volumes. Someone needs to create an app that makes my computer and smartphone automatically adjust and play all my media at a consistent volume.

Twitter tip. Remember to tweet others as you would like to be tweeted.


About the author

J. Carlton Collins (carlton@asaresearch.com) is a technology consultant, a conference presenter, and a JofA contributing editor.

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