Five ways to avoid being a digital disasterThe 21st Century is a technological wonderland where there are almost no limits on communication in all its forms. From texting and email, to tweeting, Skype, Facebook messages, Snapchat and Instagram, there are a million ways to talk to people. It's an amazing time to be alive... but it's also an amazing time to make terrible, terrible mistakes. Here are five ways to avoid your own digital disaster. By Jeff Beer
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