Hover Over My Name… Just when I think this one will die, it comes back even stronger. Please, don’t fall for it and pass it on!
While anyone who copies and pastes a Facebook update about hovering over your name to uncheck comments and likes qualiifies as misinformed, it’s clear there remains momentum behind an underlying sentiment. I’ve written two posts about the phenomenon (this one and this one) that continue to get steady traffic. Will asking friends to uncheck comments… Read more »
I’ve had Facebook Timeline ever since it became available to “developers.” I updated my background image and also have found it useful when wanting to recall facts from the past. For example, my 10-year-old son just won the spelling bee for the second year in a row (kid’s a genius, right?), and I was wondering… Read more »
[Refresher: Six Steps to Controlling Your Facebook Privacy] More than two months ago, I wrote a post called Facebook Scare: Uncheck Comments and Likes that was in response to a copy and paste status update spreading across Facebook. Two months later, that post was my most popular piece of content yesterday. Traffic to it is… Read more »
In the coming days and weeks, you’ll see more and more passive sharing on Facebook through the Ticker. It is also certain that Facebook users will be frustrated, confused and angry as a result. There is a simple way that Facebook can avoid this… if they so choose. What is Passive Sharing? In the past,… Read more »