Tag: Facebook

LEGO Ideas project – Cathedral of Learning and Stephen Foster Memorial

30 April, 2014 (18:23) | LEGO© Creations

LEGO Ideas is a site set up for people around the world to submit their ideas for possible sets. After I created my Cathedral of Learning and Stephen Foster Memorial in the Spring of 2012, I had many people ask me if I was going to submit it as a project for LEGO to review. […]

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At 50 beats per second, I’ve never seen your eyes, I’ve never heard your lies, But I think I like it

19 December, 2012 (12:00) | Poll the People

Do you still sign in to instant messaging programs from home?  I still use IM at work, but that’s it.  In my single life, I was signed in 24/7 and I’d be up all night talking to anyone that wanted to chat. Recently, I guess I linked gchat to my google search profile or something, […]

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Hall’s Rule of Social Order – #180

30 July, 2012 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

If you are not the customer, you are the product. Facebook doesn’t care about its website.  It cares about the content it can get from you.  Social media has created a market for selling users.  Bloggers, tweets, and mobile apps are all valued by how many followers they have.

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Hall’s Rule of Social Order #59

4 July, 2011 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

Do not unfriend people on facebook.  It’s true, and if you haven’t had it verified for you yet, just give it time. You’re either going to run into that person in real life and it’s going to be awkward for at least one of you They’re going to realize and do or say something negative […]

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A review of The Social Network

5 October, 2010 (11:26) | Reviews

Kallie and I went to see “The Social Network” yesterday, and I was surprised to see a lack of emotional tensity or even having the story being “Hollywood-ized”.  The story was fairly believable and down to earth.  I can’t comment on the accuracy of any of it, but from what I was already familiar with, […]

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Hall’s Rules of Social Order # 147

20 September, 2010 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

Nothing is universal. What works for you may not work for others. What’s also important here is to remember to think objectively and inversely. ie: What does not work for you, may work for others. An example of this would be the modern social networking tools out there. Just because you don’t use RSS feeds, […]

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