Circles of trust on social media

Not everything shared on Facebook is true. At times, what is shared is wrong. This is either because there was a mistake in the gathering or presentation or facts or there is a deliberate intent to mislead. The approaches to these two errors are different: Mistakes in reporting we correct; disinformation we fight. Disinformation is… Continue reading Circles of trust on social media

Encourage hacker culture

Facebook kicked off its historic initial public offering by holding another of the company’s fabled hackathons, which are all-night events that gather the social networking giant’s employees to work on products outside their office assignments. Hackathon 31 was held on the eve of Facebook’s IPO and was a strong statement that even as it stands… Continue reading Encourage hacker culture

Quick review: Article sharing with Facebook, Google+

Google opened to limited testing earlier this week its latest social networking service. Google+. What immediately catches your attention when using the service is its stark simple and yet beautiful interface. It makes Facebook look like MySpace, said blogger Ron Galloway. Although Google is still actively developing the service (Googlers are directly engaging with users… Continue reading Quick review: Article sharing with Facebook, Google+