“You have changed and grown over the years, and it’s about time your Twitter does, too.”
Abu Zafar, from Lifehacker, offers this salient observation, and I agree. Twitter was designed to voice the spontaneous reactions and reflections of a time; much like the spontaneous sound of a bird ‘tweeting’. Can you imagine that senior sparrow pulling up a branch to reflect on the sounds it made as a hatchling? Of course not.
Technology offers some options to batch delete your older tweets. Here’s two:
- TweetDelete, has a free basic version and a pay version with advanced features.
- Jumbo, a mobile solution available on iOS and Google Play, can delete content from Twitter as well as other social networks like Facebook and Google.
Follow this link to Lifehacker, for more.
On Jan. 19, a 14-year-old in Arizona made an unexpected discovery: Using FaceTime, he could eavesdrop on his friend’s phone before his friend had even answered the call.
More than a week would pass before Apple would disable Group FaceTime and work to correct the issue, and, then, only after a separate developer report documenting the flaw went viral.
Facebook plans to integrate its messaging platforms, WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger.
The three services would remain separate apps, but their infrastructure behind the scenes would be the same.
The move is expected to have an impact on the billions of people who use the tools, allowing Facebook to build a single user profile across the different apps to better target ads.
via CNN Business
“Men who want to be on the right side of this issue shouldn’t avoid women. They should mentor them.”
–Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s
Men are finally beginning to be held accountable for sexual harassment. And (surprise, surprise) many of them aren’t reacting so well…
via Sheryl Sandberg has a plan for the 50% of male managers afraid to mentor women — Quartz