Inspired by Nerd in the Brain BRING THE HAPPY! Facebook I've had an on and off again relationship with Facebook through the years. I decided, after much thought, to sign back up and ONLY create a page to attach to my blog. I did that, but in the 2 weeks since I had my account … Continue reading Three Things Thursday – 03/09/2017
Ever since I deleted my Facebook account, I've found that I look at my phone so much less than I used to. I was never really into Facebook or social media that much, but I did find that I became a lurker. Someone who read everyone else's posts but rarely commented or posted anything on … Continue reading Facebook, no more, finally gone
I've been on Facebook for almost a decade, signed up around 2008 or so. It was fun at first, reconnecting with all sort of people who were blasts from the past in high school and college. That quickly faded though as I realized that past the idle chit-chat and random posts, I never really had … Continue reading Why I’ve decided to delete my Facebook account
Inspired by Nerd in the Brain Bring the happy! Facebook Memories My wife posted a picture from her memory feed the other day that I had forgotten about. This is my daughter dressed up in a Dinosaur costume that she wore around the house until the thing fell apart one year. She is 4 in … Continue reading Three Things Thursday – 09/08/2016
I just got a nasty-gram email from someone who I had been "friends" with on Facebook and chose to unfriend for various reasons. We were never really anything more than acquaintances at best and it was years ago. This "friend" was a leftover of my initial creation of a Facebook account where you connected with … Continue reading You’ve been unfriended
I get asked a lot about my social media habits being in the Information Security field. Generally, they revolve around security and privacy and what I do to keep things protected in a world that seemingly gets hacked all the time. I see social media as more of a bother than something useful, but that … Continue reading To be social or not to be social? That is the question.