Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Are we virtual hoarders? I am nearly certain that, if there were such a show, I would be starring in it. Social networking sites, email accounts & blogs have become the new under-the-bed shoebox.  As we become increasingly reliant on our online existence, it is only natural that we also form a growing attachment to […]


As of late, Facebook has gained some notoriety over its privacy policies – particularly about how it has been allowing third-party applications to access the personal information of its users.  However, we have to question whether our very use of Facebook negates our claims to want for privacy. Imagine, if you will, relationships as defined […]


Dear Diary

06Jul09

When did we start to trust the Internet? In a conversation with a fellow Politics student this evening, the topic of former blogs was brought up. ” If you were expecting a soul quenching diary of my romantic history, you’re in for quite a disappointment,” he said.  Well, I was quick to mention that my […]