The National Writing Project‘s Web Presence retreat will begin tonight in Denver. I was asked to develop a resource, of any genre, that reflected my understandings of identity and Web 2.0. This was no easy task. I have previously blogged in this space about privacy issues and social media, as well as given a lot… Continue reading Identity and Web 2.0: Draft 1
I’ve been thinking a lot about privacy since facebook’s Zuckerberg declared that “privacy is over.” First of all, a little about the ways in which I use social media: In the mid-1990s, I posted prolifically my own poetry and writing on at least 3 different “bulletin boards“ I was an eager early-ish adopter of facebook… Continue reading Privacy is dead?