A Federated Social Network? I’m sure there’s no need for me to explain to you what a social network is. You’re probably on Twitter and Facebook, and you’ve probably been on TikTok, Instagram, and other auxiliary social networks. When you log in to Twitter, you see tweets from other people
Article by Treena Orchard, Western University and Shauna Burke, Western University In Lewis Carroll’s Victorian classic Through the Looking-Glass, Alice steps through a mirror into a world that is a reflection of the one she already exists in. This fictional account of a familiar yet topsy-turvy reality resonates with our lived
By: Raquisha Givens, Hussain Punjani, Andrew Schwegler, Savannah Viar It has been overwhelming stated that our world is becoming smaller with the use of technology. With the click of a mouse, we can connect to people on the other side of the world. Technology has allowed the Earth community as a
Grindr: Potentially Dangerous in a Brand New Way Today’s news comes from Trevor Faden, the creator of C*ckblocked, a service designed to show Grindr users who had blocked them on the dating app. Users who connected their Grindr profiles to the third-party website unwittingly revealed far more than they’d intended,
Image via CrunchBase Importing Facebook contacts into Google+ is not the huge hassle that most articles on the matter would make you believe. See, Yahoo! Mail has a feature that allows you to import all of your Facebook Contacts. GMail (and Google+ proper) has always allowed for you to import all of
Seinfeld (season 1) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Passwords belonging to members of the SonyPictures.com site were distributed via BitTorrent by hacktivist group LulzSec. One surprising point of trivia: The word “Seinfeld” was the most common password. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.