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My friend didn’t get it. She was criticizing my Facebook picture when I used it in a professional context outside of Facebook. “Not very serious,” her comment suggested. I looked at her photo. The image was perfectly centered. She had a vague smile on her face. When posting identifying pictures for business, do people still expect a head and shoulders shot with the subject staring straight ahead? It’s time to stop thinking that way, to stop taking photos like that.
Sarachan, Jeremy (2010). "Profile Picture, Right Here, Right Now." Facebook and Philosophy: What's on Your Mind? , 51-64.
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