Tag Archives: web

Shifts in Facebook: Commenting on Wall Posts

The other day my friend Ian and I were having a facebook wall conversation and it wasn't until he commented on my message on his wall that I realized you could comment on that as well (hey...there's some things I don't pay attention to :)). As my friend Bobby just did the same thing earlier (commenting on my wall post), I write this post being all kinds of  divided.  Is this the end of the wall-to-wall?  It makes sense because then the conversation follows on your profile where it began Read more [...]

Efficient: Facebook Site Governance Vote

Well...sort of efficient. When I tried voting the first couple of times I received all these error messages. In any case, if you haven't heard voting has now begun for the new Terms of Service (TOS) on Facebook - revised version with an input of comments from users and experts or reverting back to the 9/08 version before the mass hysteria of libertarian-esque outcry (It's the internet. We're still the wild, wild west). Go here to get to the vote. Way more efficient than Mark Zuckerberg's Read more [...]

Inefficient: iTunes – Streaming?

This post is off of a twitter exchange I had with greenlagirl (who runs that awesome greenlagirl website).  While it's inefficient (among other things) that iTunes currently doesn't have streaming of its online content, a little research told me that it might not be this way for long.  Engadget.com, off a CNET posting, noted in February 2009 that this might be the wave of the iTunes future.   It makes sense after all that iTunes would adopt streaming (evenutally), what with netflix streaming Read more [...]