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.
In the latest blog news, I’ve brought back two older items: Pinterest (the social network) and Patreon (the crowdfunding site).
Twitter has announced plans to ban all political advertising from its social network. But will this have any major impact, especially compared to Facebook?
Facebook announced plans to include dozens of news sources under a new news tab. Unfortunately, one of the sources is the far-right website Breitbart.
Once again, there’s calls by some to give up on Facebook. I explain why there’s no real Facebook rival, but offer some alternatives to the social network.
A collection of my basic tips and recommendations for using Twitter, including lists, the merits of Tweetdeck, and blocking trolls.
I take a look at who are the most popular political leaders on Twitter, as well as some US political leader aspects.
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.
Facebook’s co-founder Chris Hughes has written an opinion piece for the New York Times, advocating that the government break up Facebook.