Now that Microsoft owns Skype, can the industry finally settle on a video conferencing standard?
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This video, courtesy of the Large Hadron Collider folks at CERN, is one of the most nerdy and awesome vids I've seen on YouTube in ages.I don't know about you guys, but I'm hiding under my bed the day they fire up that thing to full power.
The seemingly ubiquitous FaceBook "Like" button is penetrating every web site and on the surface, appears harmless. But should we really be exposing so much of our identity and privacy, even a little bit at a time?
FaceBook's photo-tagging feature as it is currently implemented is an intrusion on personal privacy, and enough to make one go completely Psycho.
With FaceBook ever encroaching on my privacy, the value proposition of maintaining a profile on the popular social network approaches considerably diminishing marginal utility.
Here's a pair of videos which show you how to lock down your FaceBook profile in 20 minutes or less.
To all my family and friends at ZDNet and CBS Interactive, I wish all of you a healthy and Happy Passover. And so do the robots.
Does Social Networking really need to be this hard to manage?
Google's Buzz, which adds Social Networking features to their popular GMail service, is a bit too Alpha and uncontrolled for me to participate in it right now.
Lockdown or Death for your FaceBook Profile: An Advanced User Guide to Social Networking Privacy (UPDATED)
If you're sick and tired of FaceBook's continual encroachment on your privacy, here's how to lock it down like a SuperMax prison or give it the Death Penalty.