Posts Tagged ‘Facebook privacy’

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Facebook Proves Analog Is Better

03/28/2018

Using a fountain pen on paper is the perfect antidote to the reach of Facebook’s tentacles. Zuckerberg and his minions have vowed to implement changes that should have happened years ago. If the current promise of reform makes you feel safe from data miners and prying eyes, you might believe in unicorns and fairies as well. Now wouldn’t that be an interesting world, but the one we currently inhabit lacks such elegant creatures and the fantasy that goes with them. Mere mortals, we have the reality of Facebook and its “privacy settings” that are arcane and obscure.

Should you want to lower your Facebook profile, here are some links to info about how to do it.

Now put those fountain pens to best use. Shred what needn’t be preserved and file what must be kept. Unless co-workers, family and friends decide to rifle through your shelves and drawers, your data will be secure though posterity may look askance at your rants and musings. I have put some doozies here and there in my journals. Should anyone ignore my instructions to burn the lot, they will get an earful/eyeful that ought to make them wish they hadn’t delved into my private thoughts. Oh, would I like to be a fly on the wall for that comeuppance!

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A Few Links

02/28/2016

A few items this week that were worth reading…

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New Inks And Other Summer Links

06/23/2013

The temps don’t say summer quite yet but the long days do. When you decide to take a break today, here are some tempting diversions…

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If You’ve Got The Time, Inkophile Has The Links

10/21/2012

So many links this week. Bet you can’t click just one…

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