Posted by Jed Hallam
28 November Wikileaks has pushed forward with its plans to release information from US diplomats. People have seen that governments can no longer keep secrets and the web is changing things. So, how does this affect the individual? Either they become squeaky clean, ultra-concerned about their activity or totally relaxed about what they do ...
Posted by Drew Benvie
26 November A new way of using Facebook is emerging, called whitewalling. This is when users are concerned about the content posted on the web about them without their control. With whitewalling, the user deletes all messages, wall posts and comments once they have been read. Many whitewallers delete their entire Facebook account when logging off and then reactivate it when logging on next ...
TWITTER'S NEW FEATURE
Posted by David Cushman
26 November I've just noticed a Twitter feature - People Similar To You. I like this, as it suggests Twitter is taking seriously our interests in people similar to us (not just those who use social media marketing from time to time). And if they are wise, they will use this not to message us, but to bring us together to add value to the things we care about through intelligent co-creation. I have my fingers crossed for it.