My sister-in-law, Nana, burst into my room one afternoon looking really irate. She just came home from school while I was finishing up a web design for my new site.
â€˜Hey! Problem at school?â€™, I asked her.
â€˜Yeah! Major problem!â€™, she yelled raising her arms dramatically.
â€˜Our school administration blocked Facebookâ€™, she explained. â€˜How can they do that?! Facebook connects me to my friends. Itâ€™s where I upload photos, share video and musicâ€¦ itâ€™s part of my teenage life!
â€˜Calm down nowâ€™, I said chuckling. ‘Itâ€™s not the end of the worldâ€™
â€˜Oh, it is for me! , she retorted. â€˜I need that site!â€™
She eyed me sheepishly. â€˜Youâ€™re the computer geek. How do we get a Facebook unblock at school?â€™
â€˜Well, since you are my favorite sister-in-law, Iâ€™ll tell you howâ€™, I replied tapping her hand, and straightened up and started my lecture.