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Facebook Style Guide

Messaging and Status Updates/Likes

Meg White

on 22 October 2012

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Style Guide Tagg Romney wants to "slug" Obama?! That's ridiculous. Might I suggest a debate between the two? Tagg Romney wants to "slug" Obama?! That's ridiculous. Might I suggest a debate between the two? Emotion is everything on Facebook; from pictures of newborn babies to photos from recent vacations. This is how we attract our friends. We make them experience the event with us. Updating mainly utilizes pathos. When you like something on Facebook you are connecting with the pathos of your friend. Something about their status attracted you. With ethos we are able to see someone’s character. Depending on the updated status, a Facebook friend starts to develop credibility or an image of the type of person they are. Updating your status on certain topics like the upcoming election is a way start an argument ultilizing the logic of speech. This is another way to connect on Facebook. Marcus Cicero Plato Socrates Isocrates Democracy Debating Sex: Male
Birthday: 384 BC
Hometown: Stagira, Macedonia
Education: Plato's Academy
Works at: Writer/Teacher/Orator
Political Affiliation:
Religious Affiliation: Not sure about this Facebook thing. Are we really friends or does everyone simply find pleasure in having a lot of people in your friend list? Even though we disagree some, you know we're still bros. Debate time! Wonder how they'll do with an undecided audience in front of them. You know we aren't friends! I just like to keep tabs on you. First day at the Lyceum! A lot of deliberative reasoning will be happening tonight Romney is wrong. Obama did not double the deficit. Deficit when Obama took office: $1.4 trillion. 2012: 1.1 trillion. Maybe Romney needs glasses. Burn!!! We are drawn to social networks like Facebook. There
is not a day that someone is not updating their status. In this modern generation, we have to make it known what we are doing in our everyday lives, whether it is writing a post or liking other friends’ photos or post. With Aristotle’s proofs we are able to see the
connection with updating and liking to ethos, logos,
and pathos. Sup, broski, saw your statuses. Figured I'd do a lil 'elocutio ahem, I mean post on your wall, but um... yeah... triumvirates are sorta watching watching me these days... -_- (long story, I'll text you). Either way, I could out-persuade ALL of these guys if I had the chance man. It's like they aren't in touch with the audience, you know what I mean? But yeah, I'm gonna fall-back from the whole political thing you know? Did I tell you about that one time me and Caesar got into it? HUGE deal man. That Debate Messages INVENTIO:

The Subject section of messaging. The argument is introduced here. Can be furthered in the actual message portion. DISPOSITIO:

Private messages are usually private for a reason. This lends itself to the arrangement portion. The content of the argument into the message is all here. ELOCUTIO:

How will it be typed? Will it be formal, or perhaps in chat speak? Emoticons or no? This all depends on whom the message is being sent to. The audience. PRONUNTIATIO:

The send button is the type's way of performing their argument. The poise and power of the previous canons will determine in how the message will be received by the person(s) on the other end. MEMORIA:

Memorization is no longer important. Even if you were to forget your message, it will be saved. Jennifer Mathurin, John Smith, Meg White
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