But they were also just kids — Ms.
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Williams driven and studious, Ms. Ciprian bubbly and animated, both typing away at their homework backstage. Between Ms. Ciprian will continue with the show for its day run at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D. Williams goes off to college. The conversation has been edited and condensed. Going to college! Has this changed what you want to do with your lives? So I would love to do that, but I would also like to go into the medical field. All the lights!
All the people watching me! I love that. It was a real eye opener. I will create the foundation for the change. It said it should have supported him sooner than it did. The facilities had to be shared. The shower was black with muck and limescale. It made me feel unsafe.
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They had been burnt with cigarettes. They were much older than me. They were drinking outside the premises. You would hear them arguing. There was a fight outside. At least a few teens agreed it was fun to read the comments people left on their parents' pages. Some parents ask permission before posting anything about their older children. A few started doing this only after their kids insisted.
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As he posted, his daughter sat alongside him, watching. But he lets her know when he posts about her.
As their kids got older, most parents said they began posting about them less. As her kids grew up, Potvin learned to pivot to other platforms so she could meet them where they are. She interacts with them throughout the day on Snapchat and Instagram. Most of the teens who spoke to WIRED said that after talking with their parents they now trust them not to post anything too bad. Studies have shown increased use of the site leads to low self-esteem. Stanford and New York University scientists reported last month that leaving Facebook can make people happier , though less informed. Some said Facebook was their parents main past-time.
But Facebook might not work without the teens.
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Losing the youth has sounded the death knell for many a social media site before cough MySpace. Zuckerberg knows this, and has been trying for years to find ways to hook youngsters.
Arguably his smartest move was acquiring Instagram in —every teen WIRED spoke to, with the exception of one, uses it regularly. Other attempts have been less successful. Parents love the one-stop-shop-ness of the site, but that same feature was a complete turnoff to the teens. They prefer individual apps for different things: Snapchat and WhatsApp which is also owned by Facebook for communicating with their friends, Instagram for sharing photos, Twitter yes, a lot of the teens WIRED talked to use Twitter!
No matter what, though, the teens think Facebook, which for them has always been there, will probably always be around. Facebook, the most widely used social media site in America, is celebrating its 13th birthday.
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