Take the users out of Facebook and what’s left? Book, I’d say. The site’s the epitome of 2.0; a framework on which to hang user-generated content, and nothing without it. So, in common with other user-populated sites like Flickr, you’d expect them to have a pretty enlightened view of users’ importance, no? No. Consider this […]
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We weren’t quite sure how to take mrsnakeface’s comment on my terms and conditions post (precious content?), but it made me ask myself a couple of questions: 1) Is this an angry website? That’s not the intention. Perhaps Charlie and I just have a lot of pent-up rage? “Hackbash” was coined with a gathering of […]
Just the other day I was singing the praises of the humble hyperlink, but today I’m reminded that perhaps not everyone gets it. For example, I’m breaking the Top Gear website’s terms and conditions by including a link to them in this sentence. Why? Because they prohibit third-parties from linking to any part of the […]