quick summaries of posts on my other blogs ‘smbar’ and ‘let’s hear it for the droid’
remember when you learned about today’s news tonight or tomorrow? now news is showing up on the web and search results as soon as it happens. what’s next? meet the intention web.
facebook has its reasons for encouraging users to share personal information. in fact, it makes sense for many people. however, a new popup is just one of the tactics the company is using to persuade users that cross the line from disingenuous to deceptive.
the social media gospel preaches ‘teach, don’t sell.’ how does this play for clients whose business is selling? how do we balance the desire for quick results with longer term objectives?
some housekeeping stuff. (1) devoted readers will have noticed several articles regarding the droid – if these are of interest to you, I would love it if you could visit, comment on, subscribe and love in all other ways my new posterous blog, let’s hear it for the droid. I will cross post any articles
facebook’s privacy setting changes: my series on what they mean for users. this one is about hiding your friend list.
the privacy setting changes facebook was talking about have come to pass. first in a series of posts on the good, the bad and the ugly.
today mashable reports that the promised “pushed” privacy efforts are underway. that is to say, rather than waiting for users to go set their own privacy levels, the site is basically putting the options in front of users, offering recommendations, etc.
looking at some leading developers of twitter apps for the droid, and the newcomer I like better