I’ve been fairly inactive on Facebook in recent months. One of the benefits of that is having an opportunity to see a variety of Facebook Guilt Trips in action. Here’s today’s: I don’t remember which Page I unfollowed. I’m pretty sure I won’t feel to guilty about it.
You may have thought about removing Facebook from your mobile device. It could be a good idea for you but consider the consequences first.
Don’t use services you don’t control as your primary way to share with the world. Facebook can’t censor your blog posts. Publish important stuff on your platforms.
Favorite quote of the day!
I’m working through the announcements at Facebook f8 and one of the slides that really stands out for me is this one: This F8 is all about the future of sharing.Facebook has gone from being one blue app on your phone a few years ago to… Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 […]
I much prefer this approach to friending people on Facebook to the more cynical friends-as-followers-to-pitch-to approach. A more select group of Facebook friends is far more meaningful than thousands of “friends” who are just people you connect to because connecting is less meaningful than it could be. Yes, Facebook uses our data to target ads […]
I started posting more to Facebook when we moved to Israel about 2 weeks ago. Most of my posts were (and remain) intended for my friends and family so I share those posts just with them. That is why I haven’t blogged nearly as much about our move. I resisted using Facebook for a long […]
Ello seems to have captured everyone’s attention with the promise of a better social network that addresses the challenges facing Facebook for many users. I don’t have access to Ello yet but based on what I can glean from the Ello site, it isn’t anything to get excited about. Here is an extract from my […]