Tag: facebook

  • Deleted tweets on Facebook are a reminder about controlling your content

    I noticed this story on TechCrunch about how cross-posted tweets were removed from Facebook, along with the conversations that formed around them. Facebook users are complaining the company has removed the cross-posted tweets they had published to their profiles as Facebook updates. The posts’ removal took place following the recent API change that prevented Twitter users […]

  • One of the benefits of not using Facebook much is that I see how Facebook entices occasional users back into the fold.

  • Whether you’re concerned about recent news about the extent of Facebook’s tracking or not, this discussion is worth watching:

  • The case against Facebook

    But Googlers can also make a strong case that Google makes valuable contributions to the information climate. I learn useful, real information via Google every day. And while web search is far from a perfect technology, Google really does usually surface accurate, reliable information on the topics you search for. Facebook’s imperative to maximize engagement, […]

  • 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.

  • Remove Facebook from your phone at your peril

    You may have thought about removing Facebook from your mobile device. It could be a good idea for you but consider the consequences first.

  • RTFBP is RTFM for blog posts

    This is an apology to writers and content marketers for not reading their blog posts before firing off responses to their tweets and Facebook posts. Here is a new acronym: RTFBP.

  • 6 December is my Social Anniversaries Day

    Today is a day of social anniversaries. It is the 10th anniversary of me joining Facebook and, more significantly, the 12th anniversary of this blog.