In an attention-seeking move that's already brought a hail of scorn down on Twitter users, a US man has microblogged about his wedding not just at the reception or church, but actually from the altar.
Generally, stating the obvious is a very annoying habit of far too many people, however when it comes to commonsense and social networking it seems like the imperative to be sensible is well worth repeating.
Spending time on social networking sites is becoming so pervasive even tedious old codgers on the BBC now give out their Twitter and Facebook i.d.s, but how do they remember when to tweet and when to Plurk?
If you're a Twitter user - and who isn't these days? - you'd better stop what your doing and step away from the computer if you want to save yourself from brain rot.
With the mainstream acceptance of doing things other than work when at a PC, it's not surprising to see a gadget aimed at making the Facebook generation's life a little simpler.
If you've never been to the Far East, you may not be aware that Japan is about as popular in much of the region as a priest at a choirboys' convention, so it's a little odd to discover a social website designed to foster ties between China and Japan.