"Back in December, Facebook changed the default settings for all 350 million users to 'encourage' them to share more content publicly. The reality of the situation was that many people were confused by the new settings and that a lot more content is now public than before.
Earlier this month, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg said that the age of privacy is over, and that we should all get used to it."
Computer Weekly - Privacy is not dead
Saint Patrick’s Day 2003 - Below is a poem from my 2011 volume March End Prill (BookThug) marking an intersection of the calendar’s circle and history’s line of singularities. Saint ...
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