Nice of the family to make Prissy feel welcome. If that sarcasm’s too subtle, notice she’s not there.
You think instagram could sale this photo to weight watchers? Make a good don’t be big as Santa next Christmas ad.So everyone tell Mark this might be alot of money for him and not have to share it with anyone like he likes lol sorry sis.
How do we not know this is not a scheme played out or assumed it would play out this way due to everyone sharing in this day and age… thus promoting their new “poke” app indirectly. Randi, although you are not a marketing mogul for FB, do you really think this is one way to get your job back? Whining about something you and your brother created…. fix the problem, even after someone untaggs themself, make sure it’s not still public!
Little miss ‘death to privacy’ R-Zuck, her founding bro M-Zuck & the rest of the Zucks totally changed what ‘netiquette’ is. They have absolutely no right to complain when their foibles are ‘shared’ as it’s now the default behavior to do so. Being on Facebook is like having influenza. Why should anyone be surprised when the contagion ‘jumps’ from one site to another? Oh, and as for Randi’s bout with a strain FB1-TW1-BUZZ(1/0)? GET WELL SOON.
Facebook is too difficult for non-computer experts to configure in a private manner. If you’re a computer expert, configuring Facebook in a private manner isn’t much more than intermittently time consuming, a mosquitolike annoyance, but it is still possible to make mistakes! When a computer expert learns of some configuration change, he or she has to spend several minutes to several hours understanding that change and then usually turn the privacy up from Facebook’s default setting. Since it can sometimes be difficult for even an expert to make this analysis, ordinary users have little hope of achieving the highest levels of privacy on Facebook. Short of embarking on the decades of training necessary to become computer experts, ordinary users should never add any material to Facebook they don’t want to become public. For me, roughly the same guidelines I developed for posting material on computer BBS systems in 1987 applies today, 25 1/2 years later. The material I add to Facebook is informative or amusing things about myself, subjects I am currently researching, what I learned today, the music I am listening to, the social events I am attending, and people, places, and things I care about.