Hmm I saved the post then clicked on my saved posts and then again on this one and copied the url.
I might like to have some posts here as I can give them tags! Find them later.
Click the F top right to go to the post. Unfortunately the permanence is entirely up to Facebook. There is no actual data on this page other than the link.
OK — Here it is for as long as I maintain this blog. Copied from the post on Facebook
Going through old documents. Murray Horton kindly sent me a paper newsletter about the Roger awards. So I link to it here, and on my blog, and then I can dispatch with the paper. Interesting – wikipedia needs an update – there was also a 2016 winner – see http://canterbury.cyberplace.org.nz/…/youi-wins-2016-roger-…
However this “safe” data will not have any likes or comments. We are in Mark Zuckerberg’s hands.
I am using Facebook a bit more lately.Â I still use Twitter more.Â But very differently.Â This post for example I might link to Twitter, I found the link on Twitter.Â It relates to my “Exploring the Psyche in Cyberspace” – psyberspace project.Â And people who don’t like this stuff may well drop off, others who like it will stay on.Â But Facebook is different.Â Family, friends and local people hang out there.Â I don’t want to foist my arcane musings onto them. Â I might send a snippet, and a snippet of art.Â My photos update from Flickr to Facebook.
Continue reading “Sociometry: Facebook & Twitter”
I am moving around in the social network space like a sleeper tossing & turning in bed trying to get comfy.
Managed to get my Tweets off Facebook so I now have a sense of belonging to Facebook, some dear friends and family are there. Twitter is more remote but I follow a buch of great people, they mediate my news.
But for anyone, me included, who wants to see everything I do online it can be seen here in Friendfeed
It is cool, just searched on Friendfeed: from:walterlogeman librarything and saw a bit of history.
Can I publish all that data somewhere where it belongs to me?