There’s an excellent article on Gizmodo today by Ashley Feinberg titled “Why California’s New Web-Wide Delete Button For Teens Won’t Work. In short, it gives two good reasons why a mandatory Internet-wide “erase” button for the internet as a mechanism
I’ve been playing around more with Instagram lately. As usual, I’m intentionally late to the party, because I tend to be cautious and like to read up on things and wait for bugs and flaws to be uncovered first. It’s
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably got a handle on the social media basics. In short, as the as-old-as-a-saw-can-be-if-it’s-social-media-can-be goes, if you wouldn’t want it on a billboard in Times Square, don’t put it online. There’s the obvious privacy implication
Full disclosure from the start, point one: This blog post is being written a week ahead of its release date. Disclosure point two: I’m actually a huge anti-fan (it’s the best way I can describe it) of automating social media.
When I meet people interested in social tools who haven’t yet joined Twitter or some other social network, the reason is invariably that the person “doesn’t have time” to add one more activity to his or her day. For my