Tag Archives: Facebook

Data is the New Currency: When Free isn’t Really Free

There’s no such thing as a free lunch, as they say. There are a lot of recurring themes on my blog, and one of them that I cover quite a bit, is privacy. About how it’s an illusion, about how big companies don’t care about your privacy, and also about how they can use your […]

Is My Online Information Private?

No. At least, not completely. From text messages, phone calls and voicemail, email and IM chats, to search history, shopping habits, etc., your privacy is for the most part, an illusion. The only thing that is private is what’s inside of your head. Once you share something in any capacity, especially through technology, it is […]

Facebook and Twitter: What They’re Doing to Society

We have become so socially-integrated online that it’s time to address the real-world positives and possible ramifications of this. Who does this affect? Almost everyone who lives in the internet-connected parts of the world. Have a look: My Aunts, Sisters, Brothers, Nephews, old school teachers, friends, and even friend’s pets, they all have a Facebook […]

Adding Social Scrape Images

UPDATE — For Facebook, use: <meta property="og:image" content="http://website.com/images/icon.png" /> From the title of this article it may not be immediately understandable what it’s about, but plenty of people are looking for this solution. Many have asked how do I set the image for sharing links? They are referring to social sites like Facebook, Twitter, etc. […]