Tag: Facebook

Keep this Facebook mess in perspective

Facebook founder CEO and original friend Mark Zuckerberg is set to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow. There is sure to be — as always — plenty of grandstanding by the senators, especially when the TV cameras are on them so that they can perform some of their favorite acting routines. This is all about privacy, of course. These senators are set to pretend they care about your privacy. Of course, we all know better than that. What are […]

Even Facebook knows the value of a good snooze

There have been some truly remarkable inventions over the past couple of centuries — the automobile, the airplane, the microwave, the television, the computer and the Weeble Wobble, just to name a handful. But I think we can all agree that the greatest invention of the past 100 years — perhaps even the last millennium or two — clearly is the snooze button. Sure, an awful lot of us drive cars, too many of us watch TV and only a […]

My first foray into Facebook Live

A few weeks ago, I wrote a column about having to buy a new iPhone because my old piece of junk would not let me film Facebook Live videos, something that is now needed with my real job at The Fuller Center for Housing. Well, I got the phone yesterday and tested out the Facebook Live feature today. Next week, The Fuller Center will begin regular Facebook Live chats. I’ll do it on my writer Facebook page whenever I get […]