I take my annual look at my social network usage, both for the blog and for personal purposes.
Twitter has announced plans to ban all political advertising from its social network. But will this have any major impact, especially compared to Facebook?
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.
I take a look at my current social network usage (or lack thereof), from Facebook and Twitter to Pinterest and LinkedIn. Also, farewell Google+.
I take a look at the top tweets and other figures for Twitter in 2018, from “Black Panther” and the World Cup to tweets by former president Barack Obama.
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+.
Alt-right site InfoWars has been kicked off numerous platforms, except Twitter. I look at why Twitter should show Alex Jones and others like him the door.
I take a look at how well soccer, the world’s most popular sport, fares on Facebook and Twitter, also comparing it to the “Big Four” American sports.