Tag: privacy

NYC dinner parties, joggling and PR

An article by New York Times writer Nick Bilton hit home, (well, PR home) recently.  Bilton’s Oct. 14 piece, “Disruptions: Seeking Privacy in a Networked Age” referenced a dinner party he hosted at which many of his guests (including Om Malik) were posting to social media sites, all while noshing on pulled pork tacos and clinking glasses filled with red wine. And what ended up happening?… Read more »

Facebook, You Got Your Own Thing Going

“I hate turkeys. If you go to the grocery store and you stand in front of the lunch section too long, you start to get pissed off at turkeys. You see, like, turkey ham, turkey pastrami, turkey bologna… Somebody needs to tell the turkeys, “Man, just be yourself!”” That’s right, I just opened a post with Mitch Hedberg. And I’ll tell you why. Today I was… Read more »

Facebook simplifies privacy settings

I’ve been finding a lot of interesting articles on PCWorld.com lately – today they have a good write-up from Juan Carlos Perez, a writer with IDG News Service that we’ve had the pleasure of working with in the past. Perez takes a look at the latest updates Facebook is making to privacy settings, and also at some of the ways the site is trying to more… Read more »