Angela Crocker (SFU BA' 1995) of Port Moody studied Communications, Liberal Arts and Publishing and later published The Complete Idiot's Guide to Creating a Social Network (Penguin 2011), essentially a how-to book about participating in the so-called online community. It was designed to be useful for entrepreneurs, small business owners and individuals hoping to get their message out to a wider community.

In the wake of her web diary from 1998 to 2006, she dubbed herself a Community Creator and published The Content Planner: A Complete Guide to Organize and Share Your Ideas Online (Self-Counsel 2016). 978-1770402775 $17.55

In the wake of books about Japanese and Swedish decluttering, Angela Crocker offered non-geeks her digital decluttering advice in Declutter your Data: Take Charge of your Data and Organize your Digital Life (Self-Counsel $22.95). With twenty years experience as a business and technical writer, she has formed a company that helps people figure out what to share on their websites, blogs and social media. Promotional material describes her as "a pioneer of ethical social media, a business-avvy digital goddess and an information organizing superhero.";

She also co-authored The B4 Plan (2012).

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