Google Is Very Creepy [And That’s What Makes It So Awesome?]

The title belongs to writer Tony Bradley, not me, but I like the conclusion of his article in Forbes: I wouldn’t go so far as to say that privacy is “dead”. Suffice it to say, our relationship with privacy has changed as a function of the benefits we can receive in exchange for that privacy. … Continue reading Google Is Very Creepy [And That’s What Makes It So Awesome?]

Online Privacy Tips

Lately, I have been pondering the price of free. Perhaps it was the revelation @ Mashable that my Google information is worth $5,000 per year to marketers that got me thinking, but for the time being if you decide to use these tools, at least be smart about how you do it… Online Privacy Tips [Infographic] … Continue reading Online Privacy Tips

Time to check your Facebook privacy settings!

Image via CrunchBaseThere are some changes in the wind and it's best to be prepared...Facebook's latest scheme - to share your private data with anybody they want, whether or not you agree ahead of time to let them do so. That's according to a Facebook blog post this week that's a clear attempt to head … Continue reading Time to check your Facebook privacy settings!

From thinker to thought leader in one easy workflow

So you wanna be a thought leader? There's no better way to make your point of view 'searchable, findable, and knowable' on the internet than this suite of tools. It is the simplest and most straightforward blogging workflow I can imagine and if you've got a better idea, I'll be the first to admit [and … Continue reading From thinker to thought leader in one easy workflow