The Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times interviewed me about social media privacy and the role social media should play in our lives for a April 2012 story titled, “On Pinterest, it’s share and share alike.”
Here’s what I’m quoted as saying:
Social networks and apps remind me of show-and-tell days in elementary school where I choose what I want the world to see, but I also pick what I want to keep private. … I think that’s a smart way to look at social media. Our online presence should be an extension of who we are, [but] it’s not what defines us.”
The article also quotes Alexis Madrigal, senior editor at The Atlantic; Pamela Rutledge, director of the nonprofit Media Psychology Research Center and instructor of media psychology in the UCLA Extension program; and several Pinterest users.