Monthly Archives for October 2008

why not show us the effects of our privacy settings?

Noted in my rapid morning reading of RSS feeds: danah boyd writes about Facebook’s complex privacy settings confusing people: “Tech developers… I implore you… put privacy information into the context of the content itself. When I post a photo in … Continue reading

23. October 2008 by Jill
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State of the Blogosphere 2008

Technorati’s released a new State of the Blogosphere report, and Anne Helmond provides some thoughts on the results and the way they’ve done it this year.

23. October 2008 by Jill
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your name here

I don’t seem to be a very good blogger while on maternity leave – but that’s OK, I’ll be back after the New Year when I’m at work again, I’m sure. There are so many things I could have blogged … Continue reading

21. October 2008 by Jill
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