If you're interested in connecting/following/interacting (whatever the hell you'd like to call it) with me on any of the social networking sites I use you can click on the links below. I've included a bit of a description for exactly how I use each particular site, so that if you see something you feel might better fit your interests or is something that might be more useful to you, it should be apparent. I have a keen interest in disseminating information, so most of my social networking gets used that way, but some of it is just for fun or is used for being able to get an idea about my own behavior or interests.
I seem to use Twitter in the same way many other people do. I tweet links to articles and stories from various press and journalist's regularly. Since I've been using Pulse on both my iPod and my tablet, it's become part of my daily routine to at some point sit down, read through the news and tweet links to the stories I think are either interesting or contain information that's generally good to know for people who have an interest in being informed citizens. When I'm not wrapped up in some other endeavor, I will also occasionally engage in conversations or debates across the Twitterverse. In case you may not have figured it out yet, I can be extremely sarcastic, and that often comes out in my replies to different users or the articles they tweet. I have fun with it too, as it's deadly to be deadly serious all the time. If you mention me in a tweet (@alexapagliuca) and let me know you found me through this blog, I'll follow you. I'd follow everyone who follows me, but I don't have the time to sort through which accounts are just ad bots and which are actually human beings.
I just started this Facebook page as I was putting together this list of social networking sites and tools. It somehow seemed ridiculous to leave the largest social networking site in the world off of the list. Right now, there's not much to it. If it seems to start getting some traffic, I'll start focusing on it more, posting updates there, etc. I've got a Facebook page that I use as a personal page, but I tend to try to keep that to people that I've actually met or had some long term interactions with online, hence the need for another page. I'll be posting anything that I write that isn't exclusive to another outlet on the Facebook page, and if you like the page, post on the wall etc., I'll actually be the one answering, since this obviously isn't an enterprise being run by a bunch of automatons, and as you can probably tell, I definitely don't have a bunch of marketing people to "monitor" my social media.