You may have heard our morning show discussion regarding Facebook. If you want to be up on proper social networking etiquette - stay tuned!

Arizona State Researchers have come out with scientifically-proven rules to win friends and not loose friends on Facebook.
Return the favor. When someone posts on your wall or comments on your photo, you're expected to respond.
No disrespectful postings. You shouldn't publicly write anything negative on Facebook about one of your
friends.
Think before you post. Think about the negative impact a post could have on someone. Don't offend your
audience with your status updates!
Don't repost. If someone deletes something you posted on their wall or untags a photo don't repost it.
Don't rely on Facebook to replace real communication. You should tell your real friends big
news before you post it on Facebook.
Be honest.
Don't be an addict. Don't be the person who posts so much it's hogging the news-feed.
Use Common Sense. Think before you post! Avoid talking negatively about anyone, posting a photo of you committing a crime, using excessively lewd or offensive language, or posting potentially damaging on their wall.

Hopefully these tips help you keep people from defriending you on Facebook!