If Your Website’s Full of Assholes, It’s Your Fault

Posted on Sat 28 March 2015 in Dispatches • Tagged with culture, facebook, gamergate, mra, social media, twitter • 1 min read

This old post from Anil Dash has been making the rounds again this week, and for good reason.

As it turns out, we have a way to prevent gangs of humans from acting like savage packs of animals. In fact, we’ve developed entire disciplines based around this goal over …

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Brief Scribblings on Facebook Questions

Posted on Thu 29 July 2010 in Dispatches • Tagged with douchebaggery, facebook, social networking • 4 min read

I will preface this post by saying that I know how close I am skating to social media douchebaggery by writing a post on a new Facebook feature, but I was reading about Facebook Questions today in a post from Dan Patterson, and as I began to pen my response …

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Facebook, Identity, and OpenID

Posted on Sun 05 August 2007 in Dispatches • Tagged with facebook, identity, openid, social networking, tech, web2.0 • 5 min read

I’m a little late on this one, but it’s still worth discussing. I also apologize for the length of this post, but I had more to say than I thought!

A few weeks ago, some of you may have read this post by Jeremiah Owyang regarding his predictions …

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