I take my annual look at my social network usage, both for the blog and for personal purposes.
A look back, and my thoughts about, Facebook over the 2010s, from becoming the dominant social network to its multiple problems.
I take a look at Mastodon, a federated social network that’s an alternative to Twitter and Facebook. I also look at Pixelfed, a federated Instagram clone.
I take a look at my current social network usage (or lack thereof), from Facebook and Twitter to Pinterest and LinkedIn. Also, farewell Google+.
Flickr’s announced plans to limit free accounts to 1000 photos, plus changes to Flickr Pro. I give my thoughts on this, plus look at Flickr alternatives.
In this month’s blog status update, I look at some of the changes I’ve made to my social media presence, including less emphasis on Google+.
An update on my current social network usage, from Facebook and Twitter to the likes of Google+, Pinterest, and Instagram.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the hashtag, the labeling/categorizing device that’s become Twitter’s signature. But how should hashtags be used?
Smartphones have long since eclipsed point-and-shoot digital cameras in popularity for photography. An infographic looks at to what degree this is the case.
A look at the most popular Android apps used in the United States and globally, as well as which of those I do or don’t use (and why).