Facebook’s Latest Changes and You

I’m sure you’ve heard by now that Facebook has nefariously changed their terms of service in a bid to grab copyright to all your photos and text. That, coupled with the fact that they are making serious inroads in their efforts to pull all innovative ideas straight out of your brain via electrotelepathy, is worrisome Read More …

The “Like” Diet: Going on Maintenance

It hasn’t even been a week, and already, the “Like” Diet is getting a little boring. I take great pleasure in clicking “Like” when I think no one’s looking; it’s like reaching into that big bag of chips for the third time. My friend Alice posted: “STOP TAKING THOSE STUPID QUIZZES!!! You aren’t a dog, Read More …

The “Like” Diet: Join Me for Coffee?

I wish I had taken “before” and “after” pics of my Facebook newsfeed. I honestly did not expect to see changes in the content and quality of the feed so quickly; I wasn’t sure two weeks would be enough, let alone two days. If it hadn’t been for my friend Alice’s post, I might have Read More …

The “Like” Diet

The “Like” Diet: A Two-Week Cleanse I’m not one for fad diets. But I’m going on a two-week cleanse, a short fast wherein I will consciously avoid “Liking” things on Facebook. I may have to share and comment more. Or ignore that which doesn’t particularly inspire more than a passing “Like.” Egads. Post by Holly Read More …

Sorry, Ruby – My Friends and I Ran Your Friends Off Facebook

It’s true. And some days, I’d desperately love to give it back. Like most of the folks my age, I joined Facebook to spy on my kids. Not, as my daughter believed, to spoil all her digital fun, but because I’ve been hanging out online since the early 80s and know it’s not all sweetness Read More …