All Your Social Media Are Belong to US

The Trump administration and the Department of Homeland Security now want visitors to USA to surrender their social media login information before being allowed through security. "We want to get on their social media, with passwords: What do you do, what do you say?" [Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly] told the House Homeland Security Committee. … Continue reading All Your Social Media Are Belong to US


The Like Button

Note: this blog post is "in the raw" as it's written in a hurry, and its content may be edited later for corrections, additions, retractions or anything that fits the passing whims of the author. Recently there have been words in the press about Facebook's new and upcoming Unlike button, which differs greatly from earlier … Continue reading The Like Button

Chasing after passing Face posts

Do you ever enter Facebook, either by webpage or by app, and immediately spot a post or a link or an image which makes you think, now that's REALLY interesting, I HAVE to take a closer look at that, but just as you move to click on it the page updates automatically, and the thing … Continue reading Chasing after passing Face posts

Remember — The Internet of You

The things, those weird and sometimes interesting things that occasionally drift across my computer screen on a cold, foggy Saturday afternoon of early spring … This time, accompanying my late-breakfast-bordering-on-lunch, an inspirational and/or thought-provoking speech by Antoine Cartier-Wells¹ brought to life in the YouTube video "The Social Revolution - Remember Me" by Devin "devinsupertramp" Graham. … Continue reading Remember — The Internet of You