Tag Archives: Social Media

Could your data betray you?

What all the data we leave behind look like if brought together, and what does this tell us about our privacy? Read More…

Passwords – Open Sesame

Having just gone through the exercise of further strengthening password requirements at work I thought this infographic that Eileen Brown found was quite useful. Read More…

Facebook Privacy Settings

After a brief conversation about online privacy at work on Friday, I’d been meaning to look into the various privacy settings available to Facebook users. Read More…

Rules of Engagement for Social Media

The rise of social media and its use in both our social and professional lives has caused some organisations a headache over the past few years. Many have found it difficult to know how to react to this new form of media. Should they allow its use at work? Should they block it? What if someone talks about the company or it work online? To be fair, they’re not always easy questions to answer. Read More…

Comments in Friendfeed and Fav.or.it

From what I’ve read about Fav.or.it (if anyone has an invitation let me know!) you can write comments within the fav.or.it platform and they are written back to the blog itself.  One of the things I like about Friendfeed is the commenting, but quite a lot of feedback and comment on Friendfeed will never be […] Read More…