All posts for the month May, 2014

The internet has some ‘super pillars’

I never heard of MetaFilter, but reading about their imminent demise makes for interesting reflection. Think about it, entire ecosystems depend entirely on two Google services: Search Ads And those services are: Closed Proprietary Opaque The other week a colleague was ruminating on the fact that they are starting to avoid Facebook because, well, it was […]

My password has finally been cracked

In college I remember going to the computer lab and firing up the message forums and email and having to log in with my username and password, which were provided to me by West Chester University. It wasn’t the beginning of my online connective-ness, but it is a fond memory because that signifies the time that I […]