Peaking into Facebook’s algorithmic black box.

February 04 Comments Off on Peaking into Facebook’s algorithmic black box. Category: Code, Feed, Kinja

This article is cross-posted from my personal blog, where the code looks cooler. Read more…

Peaking into Facebook’s algorithmic black box

February 04 Comments Off on Peaking into Facebook’s algorithmic black box Category: Feed, HackText, Journalism

If you came to this post from my Facebook you’ve been participating in a little not-so-scientific experiment on my behalf. For most of the month of January almost all of my Facebook shares have passed through a new site I set up with WordPress and PressForward. On Chronoto.pe I archive a copy of everything I’ve read […]

Having to enact comment rules for my Facebook wall so we can talk civilly about sexism on the…

September 08 Comments Off on Having to enact comment rules for my Facebook wall so we can talk civilly about sexism on the… Category: Feed, Tumblr

Having to enact comment rules for my Facebook wall so we can talk civilly about sexism on the internet. This is a depressing event.

“I’m just going to say this. If the first thing the Spirit moves you to do, upon learning that you…”

April 29 Comments Off on “I’m just going to say this. If the first thing the Spirit moves you to do, upon learning that you…” Category: Feed, Tumblr

“I’m just going to say this. If the first thing the Spirit moves you to do, upon learning that you and your partner have conceived a brand-new life to be brought into the world whose whole existence is a blank slate of promise and hope, is make your Facebook profile picture a god damned ultrasound with fully visible genitals and all: Having children is a luxury that you are not quite ready to fulfill. You are not in any position to be making decisions about what to do with the social media presence of a fucking fetus, nor should you be foisting all of its sassy fetus opinions on all of your 600 closest friends. Let that child grow up and have its own terrible Facebook, and leave it its innocence.”

Yes, that.

From: “The 8 Kinds of Facebook Friends

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