It's amazing how a "different" perspective-type post generates a ton of feedback. Two years ago I wrote a post on how to become invisible on the web. The post described how to remove your footprint, guard your privacy, and generally how to avoid being digitally targeted. The post also [More]
With so much discussion about work-life balance, privacy, confidentiality, data hacks, and government snooping, is it any wonder that some people have decided to move off the grid, and become web-invisible? Or for others to more closely monitor their web profiles, and either partially or completely remove themselves? Finally, there [More]
No CEO wants to be known as a hypocrite. But unfortunately, many are precisely that - here's why. There is an interesting conundrum that many companies face when expanding beyond their borders. A key reason for their success at home has been that they could take advantage of the homegrown [More]
Beyond the embarrassing photos, new found friends, professional connections, and social gaming, there lurks a conflict - and conflict of interest - that most people know nothing about. On the one hand there are Social Media venues all of whom have a business model that provides free consumer functionality in [More]
So many of the changes from Facebook highlight an important risk in Social Media: there is very little privacy, and there will be even less in the future. Facebook has long coveted connecting outward to the rest of the internet, and with their Open Graph initiative, they have provided the [More]
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