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Inside Google+ | Privacy, Pseudonyms, Publicity | YouTube - 9 views

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    Google+: Bradley Horowitz talks with Tim O'Reilly
Sharon Laverick

The 10 Facebook Privacy Settings You Need To Know - 0 views

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    Top tips for Facebook privacy settings
Gordon Herd

Six Reasons Why I'm Not On Facebook, By Wired UK's Editor | Epicenter | Wired... - 24 views

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    Six Reasons Why I'm Not On Facebook.
Gordon Herd

Facebook Privacy Changes: 5 Can't-Miss Facts - CIO.com - Business Technology Leadership - 14 views

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    Facebook Privacy Changes: 5 Can't-Miss Facts.
Gordon Herd

Your Mom's Guide to Those Facebook Changes, and How to Block Them - 8 views

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    More stuff on Facebook privacy.
Gordon Herd

How Privacy Vanishes Online, a Bit at a Time - NYTimes.com - 15 views

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    Interesting article on online privacy.
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    This is scary!
Gordon Herd

The 3 Facebook Settings Every User Should Check Now - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    The 3 Facebook Settings Every User Should Check Now .
avivajazz  jazzaviva

EgoPage for Writers, Bloggers, Musicians, Marketers, Many Many More! - 0 views

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    There are heaps of other sites all around the web where you can put your short stories, anything from DeviantART to Yahoo! Geocities, so when the magical unicorns went to create Ego, they knew exactly what they wanted. Ego was born to be a tool that specializes in creative writing of all sorts, one not distracted by social functionality. With lovely typography and beautiful designs, writers and roleplayers can focus on their writing and have results like this page, without any branding or distractions to the reader.
    Owning Your Content

    With some websites you need to agree to Terms of Service pages far too long to read, selling your soul, and your creations, to the website operators. Not so with Ego. There are no Terms of Service beyond three simple rules: No Pornography, No Illigal Material, and the unicorns may remove content they feel inappropriate. If your content is removed, this simply means that your account will be restricted from publishing through the ego website, and to host your content you'll need to use the Download Zip functionality to get the html files, and upload them to a hosting service. You will continue to have access to your content regardless of these rules, unless we're legally required to remove it, or we become aware of attempts on your part to disrupt access for other users.
    Interoperability

    When you publish through Ego, not only is the static html file available, but also a 'JSON' based computer source code file, which can be read in the vast majority of common programming languages, and manipulated with ease. This means that if you provide a link to one of your pages on another website, they can potentially do all sorts of interesting things with the data, like import it in to their own competing publishing systems, add it to a search engine, or combine it with other useful information like maps. If you'd like more information on this, check out our page on Hacking. Additionally, when creating a new page, there are a few othe
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    There are heaps of other sites all around the web where you can put your short stories, anything from DeviantART to Yahoo! Geocities, so when the magical unicorns went to create Ego, they knew exactly what they wanted. Ego was born to be a tool that specializes in creative writing of all sorts, one not distracted by social functionality. With lovely typography and beautiful designs, writers and roleplayers can focus on their writing and have results like this page, without any branding or distractions to the reader.
    Owning Your Content

    With some websites you need to agree to Terms of Service pages far too long to read, selling your soul, and your creations, to the website operators. Not so with Ego. There are no Terms of Service beyond three simple rules: No Pornography, No Illigal Material, and the unicorns may remove content they feel inappropriate. If your content is removed, this simply means that your account will be restricted from publishing through the ego website, and to host your content you'll need to use the Download Zip functionality to get the html files, and upload them to a hosting service. You will continue to have access to your content regardless of these rules, unless we're legally required to remove it, or we become aware of attempts on your part to disrupt access for other users.
    Interoperability

    When you publish through Ego, not only is the static html file available, but also a 'JSON' based computer source code file, which can be read in the vast majority of common programming languages, and manipulated with ease. This means that if you provide a link to one of your pages on another website, they can potentially do all sorts of interesting things with the data, like import it in to their own competing publishing systems, add it to a search engine, or combine it with other useful information like maps. If you'd like more information on this, check out our page on Hacking. Additionally, when creating a new page, there are a few othe
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Facebook: All Your Stuff is Ours, Even if You Quit - 0 views

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    The Consumerist has noticed a seemingly slight but very important (and disturbing) change in Facebook's terms of service, regarding user-generated content. In short, all of the content you've ever uploaded on Facebook can be used, modified or even sublicensed by Facebook in every possible way - even if you quit the service.
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Facebook Responds to Concerns Over Terms of Service - 0 views

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    Today's hoopla over changes to the Facebook Terms of Service have prompted a rare blog post from Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. In the post, Zuckerberg falls short of apologizing for the changes, but rather, uses the opportunity to explain why Facebook more or less keeps your content indefinitely.
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