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This is an evening in the life of Janie Smith, a social media mogul who lives her whole life online. During this episode, Janie changes a lightbulb in her bathroom.
LinkedIn: Organized and implemented energy output and production study in domestic settings for market research.
Facebook: The new energy efficient light bulbs help save the planet and make me tingly inside.
Twitter: Crud! Bathroom bulb went out and we have no more light bulbs!
FourSquare: Janie earned the PartyAnimal badge checking in at WalMart at 2 a.m.
Twitter: I can’t believe how much more expensive new bulbs are.
Twitter: Hello! The store bathroom’s out of toilet paper, the soap is empty, and the dryer is broken.
Facebook Places: Janie checked in at WalMart with 20 other unknown people at 2:15 a.m.
Twitter: Really weird people shop here at night.
Twitter: How loud is the Airhorn app if that parking lot creeper dude follows me?
Twitter: Safe in my car.
Twitpic Caption: Stalker dude I saw at WalMart. Note license plate # if I disappear.
Youtube: How to add flair to your bathroom with new bulbs
Twitter: Broke the stinking new bulb when I was changing it. What’s that environmental stuff?
WordPress Blog Title: Environmental Cleanup of Light Bulb Breakage
Tumblr: Great article on safe cleanup of broken lightbulbs.
Quora: How do I clean up a broken light bulb?
Twitter: Finally! The light bulb is changed.
Janie’s daughter then posted on Facebook: My mom is a social media dork.
To which Janie wondered why her daughter would post such public information online. And why was it so hard to get up in the morning?