I Don’t Have Many Friends — By Choice..

Maybe I should explain the title some more before I continue with the post.¬† Yes, because of my Aspie traits and my isolation as a deaf senior citizen I don’t have as many friends as I had when I was in the corporate world. That is a fact that can’t be denied but it is not the point of this post. The point I am … Continue reading I Don’t Have Many Friends — By Choice..

Facebook in 2030? 5 billion users, says Zuck

All CEOs including Facebooks’ Mark Zukerberg are paid the big bucks to be dreamers. They all have to have a vision of where their company dominates all the competition in the years ahead. Of course there are only a meager few who actually get it right. The rest take their millions and walk away and another dreamer takes over.¬† I think Zuck really understands that … Continue reading Facebook in 2030? 5 billion users, says Zuck

About Me & FaceBook….

After yesterday’s post about people resisting change and not adopting the latest technology I thought I would take the opposite route today. Today¬†I am going to talk about¬†Facebook by giving you a view of¬†my personal habits there. How is that for yin/yang?? Unlike so many, I have not made it a¬†life’s goal¬†to grow my “friends” list to any gargantuan level. ¬†Some I follow there have … Continue reading About Me & FaceBook….

If You’re Not Paying For It……..

Source:¬†Facebook isn’t free ‚Äď USATODAY.com. The best way I’ve ever heard Facebook’s business model described is simple: “If you’re not paying for it, you’re not the customer; you’re the product being sold.” What makes Facebook so valuable is that you, your friends, and everyone else who uses the site are sitting ducks for marketers out to exploit your information to sell you things. This article … Continue reading If You’re Not Paying For It……..

The Thing about Facebook…

There has been a lot of press lately about how Facebook was used during the Egyptian protests lately. Showing its affect on democratic reform definitely put a positive spin on this social network. But then I go to my Facebook homepage and I see something entirely different. There are no great social causes being espoused there. Of the 50 or so ‚Äúfriends‚ÄĚ I have there … Continue reading The Thing about Facebook‚Ķ