Social media gets the blame for a lot of things — cyber-bullying, the rise of the selfie, hashtag-shaped potato snacks (really, Birds Eye? Really?), and the popularity of Justin Bieber. When something happens that embarrasses or concerns today’s society, Facebook is often the scapegoat.
Don’t drink and Facebook, or tweet: While the consequences may not be deadly, like they are for drinking and driving, they can still be damaging.
Facebook officially confirmed that it will roll out the addition of emoticons and actions in status updates, which many users already have access to, saying that U.S. users will get the new feature “in the coming weeks.”
Speaking of alcohol, an alcohol-related competition is coming to Facebook in the form of the World Series of Beer Pong VII.
Webroot is determined to help thwart Facebooking while drunk, teaming up with advertising and design agency TDA Boulder to debut Holiday Party Sobriety Test applications for iOS (Apple) and Android devices.