Social networking helps find missing child

There’s lots of negative press about social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, decrying their value and claiming that they add no real value to our lives.

When you think about all the pointless info on Facebook or time-wasting Tweets like “I’m standing in line for a coffee” it’s easy to agree. However, every once in a while social media sites provide a service that is so immeasurably valuable that they put the formal processes and tools to shame.

Here’s an example of a recent story about a missing girl. She didn’t fit the formal profile for triggering an Amber Alert so the family fell back on their informal online networking contacts.

Read more: Social Networking Aids Family of Missing Child


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