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Facebook Rolling Out Photo Comments for Pages Facebook Rolling Out Photo Comments for Pages
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A few weeks ago, Facebook made comment threads a lot more interesting – or a lot more annoying depending on who you ask. The social network gave users the ability to post images in comments – via an “attach a …

Facebook Now Lets You Post Images in Comments Facebook Now Lets You Post Images in Comments

Your Facebook comment threads are about to get a lot more interesting or a lot more annoying – depending on your opinion of image-heavy threads. Facebook is currently rolling out the ability to add an image to comments. Of course, …

Dissecting Zuckerberg’s Privacy Comments

For many in the online space these days the words “Facebook privacy” would be called an oxymoron. Then of course there would be the usual calling others at Facebook morons and then it would get worse from there but I digress. Michael Arrington recently interviewed the poster child for the “Privacy? What privacy?” movement, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.

Anonymous Comment Costs School Employee His Job

Most of us have blogs, right? How do you react to anonymous vulgar comments? Hit SPAM, right? Yeah, me too. And so did the Director of Social Media for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Kurt Greenbaum. The first time. But when the anonymous commenter again posted the single-word vulgarity, Greenbaum tracked his IP address—to a school.

Does Retweeting Praise For Yourself Mean You Have A Big Ego?

Last night on Twitter, I saw a pretty high-profile user retweet a message he’d received from one of his connections. It was high praise about this person, and was retweeted verbatim with no changes to the text.

My initial reaction to that was to ask the following question to the Twittersphere:

A Lawsuit Featuring Dunkin’ Donuts, Online Anonymity, and Dirty Bathrooms

The Maryland Court of Appeals has overturned a previous ruling that would have required a website that was beingrestroom-sign charged with defamation due to comments from anonymous ‘users’ to turn over their identities immediately.