Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, has criticised social networking sites, such as Facebook, for limiting the web’s openness, ahead of the twentieth anniversary of the first webpage.
I prefer Tumblr these days. It’s much more interesting but lacks the permanance a bit.
Disconnecting Facebook & Tumblr
Had my Tumblr plugged into my Facebook for ages now. I’m going to disconnect it though, as really Tumblr is a separate entity, different community, different people.
Should’ve done it a while ago.
The day Tumblr uses Facebook connect, the day Tumblr dies
Currently watching this. It’s alright so far, nothing particularly special. It does feel like I’m dancing with the enemy though.
Perhaps one day there’ll be a film on Tumblr.
Little do they know.
Facebook got something right.
This proves something.
Right next to each other, in the same room, yet me, my brother & my sister insist on commenting on a status on Facebook as a way of conversing rather than actually talking.
The internet has created a weird way of being.
I’m such a robot, sigh.
Pictures of their holiday while they’re still on them. Seriously, I thought the idea of a holiday was to get away rather than stay connected.
Although you like this is pretty irritating, this one annoys me the most.
I can do whatever the heck I want.
The French do like their graffiti.
I never reblog these things but heck, I know that Lawrence Luu :S