In light of what's been going on in the last few days the entire concept of "freedom of speech" and how that works with private companies has become a hot topic yet again. Twitter, Facebook and other tech companies all have terms of service. If you breach those terms the companies can suspend or terminate your access to their platforms. The US has strong freedom of … [Read more...] about Free Speech & Tech
Buying my house took a couple of months between mortgages, paperwork for different things and then, of course, the lawyers getting involved. So I had plenty of time before I got the keys to think about what I wanted to do with the house or, more precisely, how I wanted to do things. I fired up Evernote and created a "wish list" which has been growing all the time. Some things … [Read more...] about Choices, Choices, Choices
People tend to interact more with "rich" media than they do with plain text links. So when you share a link on Facebook, Twitter or other social media networks you'll find that those links that contain "media", such as images and video, will get more interactions. Apart from anything else, they'll stick out more on people's news feeds. If you're using Wordpress as your … [Read more...] about Fixing and Debugging Rich Media Sharing on Facebook and Twitter
I travel a lot and when I travel I tend to post photos of the food I eat. So while some people might get annoyed by their social streams filling up with photos of my various gastronomic adventures, some of them miss them when I'm not on the road: I usually post to my Instagram account or Flickr :) … [Read more...] about Food Porn Withdrawal?
I'll be reading Gary Vee's new book over the next few days. I ordered it months ago so I've been looking forward to it .. … [Read more...] about Jabbing