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  • The NSA, Facebook, Social Media And Our Privacy Hypocrisy

    The NSA, Facebook, Social Media And Our Privacy Hypocrisy

    I don’t think you can turn in any direction these days without crossing the path of some news about the NSA and their total; and apparently unrestricted, surveillance of the world. Everyone seems to have something to say about the revelations that Glenn Greenwald has been doling out from ...
  • When An Irate Customer Takes To Facebook And It Backfires

    When An Irate Customer Takes To Facebook And It Backfires

    If there is one thing that will get netizens up in arms and waving pitchforks against “terrible” companies who treat their customers unfairly is to take your angry rant to Facebook with a post full of all the anti-company buzzwords you can think of.
  • About Clicking That Like Button To Change The World – Meh, Not So Much

    About Clicking That Like Button To Change The World – Meh, Not So Much

    It never fails, whenever there is a natural disaster, man made disaster, or just some plain old charity drive you suddenly see avatars on social media sites like Facebook showing some sort of ribbon or changing colors to match whatever charity is the flavor of the month.
  • Friendcaster Is The Facebook App For Android That Facebook’s App Should Have Been

    On August 11, 2012, I wrote about the first step of my moving to a more Google world and buying an Acer Iconia A200 tablet, and on the whole it’s been a fairly satisfying transition.