Facebook shoots first, ignores questions later; account lock-out attack works. I guess when you are the 800 lb gorilla you get to decide the rules don’t you? I wonder how long until the Anti-Facebook backlash?
Some surprising information on here. If you wondered what the typical Internet user is like, this info graphic will help you figure it out.
The average person spends 66 hrs/ month on Facebook. Really? Facebook? What’s so great about facebook that we feel we need to spend so much time on it? To talk to your friends? You pay for a phone for a reason. To play games? How many of you have an X Box or Wii that you could do just that? Here is a pretty neat graphic that gives a visual run down of the internet statistics we always wonder about…or perhaps should. Click on the image to see e … Read More
Digital Life – Twitter users spread Unfollowed Me virus – StumbleUpon. Interesting. It happened to Facebook and now on Twitter. I wonder if that means that they are not secure or people just aren’t careful.
Facebook has really accomplished something hasn’t it? It took MySpace’s spot and looks like it might even muscle out Google/Microsoft as well. I don’t know if that is a helpful thing.
Janrain, a user management platform that enables third party sign-in with 18 different providers, including Facebook, Google, and Twitter; is releasing its Q1 2011 report today. Janrain’s report analyzes data from networks for social login and social sharing across the 350,000 websites worldwide that use Janrain sign-in product, Engage. For the first time in a year, Facebook has surpassed Google as the consumer preference for signing into Interne … Read More
Federal agents use false Facebook profiles to monitor Web. I wonder why no news media broke this story? Thanks EFF.
This is a thoughtful article about the role of identities and the use of identification of comments on blogs. I shared a small comment and a ton of comments are being generated. It is always encouraging when you get pages of comments. I like the idea of a single identity.
Over the last year I have been saying that it feels as though Facebook has jumped the shark. I know the enrollment numbers to continue to climb, and they have over 650 million users world-wide, but it seems like most of the people I know use it far less than they did a year ago. The white-hot excitement about the social networking site seems to be, well… flat. I thought it was just me, but the folks over at Ars Technica have a poll running that … Read More