In this month's blog status update, I've brought back the site's Facebook page (again).
Some thoughts on how (in theory) Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon could be broken up or regulated.
Last week, Facebook announced it’s buying the popular animated GIF archive site Giphy for $400 million. The new purchase will be folded under the Instagram division. Facebook’s press release
Here’s my annual look at my current social network usage. Facebook I shuttered the blog’s Facebook page in late 2018, and not reopened it since. At this point, Facebook
Facebook rose over the 2010s to become synonymous with the phrase “social media.” Early on in the decade, Facebook was seen as reasonably benign, or at least an improvement over the
Twitter’s not been in the news as much as Facebook has lately. That’s despite Twitter having its own long list of problems. There’s its problems with trolls;
Yes, it’s even more news about Facebook. (Things have been very busy lately for Mark Zuckerberg’s company.) Late last week, Facebook announced plans to launch a dedicated news tab
A look at possible alternatives to using Facebook, and why it's difficult to quit.
Back in late 2015, I tried writing favorite article roundup posts for a very short while. The idea is similar to that of an email newsletter: I list some links to articles on
Many people are concerned about their social media followings, and this also extends to politicians. Famously (or infamously), there’s Donald Trump’s Twitter presence. However, most other politicians have also