I just turned on the new Facebook Timeline as per this howto guide. I don’t know how much people will use it, but wow, they’ve made memory lane a whole lot richer of an experience. There’s tons of stuff to look back on that I wouldn’t have had thought to document myself. Also, I was […]
Funny how things have come full circle: Apple releases iPhone, tells the market that third parties should make web apps The market isn’t ready for web apps, pressures Apple into releasing a native app SDK and distribution channel The market can’t tolerate Apple’s control over the app store, circumvents it with web apps (Kindle and Readability moved to web […]
I try not to buy into the whole “Facebook is killing privacy” hype, but after seeing this in my News Feed today, I’m pretty sure they know too much: Somebody needs to warn Bill Clinton before it’s too late.
I’ve observed these two things in last ten years of evolution in the “Social Web:” The Social Web has made huge changes to the way people express themselves and communicate in their daily lives, generally enhancing connections and making the world a lot smaller. That very same trend has also created more complexity from the […]
Even if you don’t read any more of this post, if you use Facebook and haven’t adjusted your Facebook privacy settings since April 2010, please go do so right now – Facebook has made your profile data and photos public for all to see, including law enforcement, corporations and creepers like me. Also, you will […]