I’ve been thinking about why I use Twitter for about as long as I’ve been using Twitter and I don’t have any real answers yet. That said, it’s a conversation worth having.
I uploaded a video as part of a short post earlier this week and I noticed that it didn’t display particularly well in the post. I could have shared to YouTube first and embedded the video but thought I’d see what a direct upload would do. Turns out, not much. Surely it is possible to…… Continue reading Options for sharing video outside YouTube and Vimeo
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…… Continue reading Facebook + emigration = meaningful sharing with people who matter
I haven’t used Flipboard all that much lately for one reason: the built in sharing options for articles I read and wanted to share have been too limited. Sure, you could share on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn but that involved a lot more time than using something like Buffer and Buffer enables me to…… Continue reading iOS 8 just made Flipboard much more useful to me
I think it is possible to be so connected online and be lonely at the same time. We connect to so many people, call so many people "friends" who probably aren't. Although we have hundreds or thousands of "friends", can we meaningfully share our intimate moments, fears and challenges when they could betray insecurities when… Continue reading Our hyperconnected social Web can be a desperately lonely place
Lauren Hockenson has a great article on GigaOm about the new Path releases titled “Once again, Path proves why it has been trendy but not trend-setting”. Here is a snippet: The issue with Path is that it can’t resist hopping on a new social trend. The app takes cues from practically every other social media…… Continue reading Should Path be less, not more?
I started thinking about blogs in a social context. Blogs like this one have become personal hubs where we share our ideas, passions and more.
Last week’s European Court of Justice ruling that Google must remove search result listings that EU citizens require it to remove (subject to their requests passing a test the court proposed) touched on a trend I’ve become increasingly concerned about: our collective reluctance to take direct responsibility for what we share online and where we…… Continue reading Why are we abdicating responsibility online?