September 26, 2007


I really can't get into the complicated problems caused by "promiscuous friending."


Bob said...

I am not a member of Facebook, but I do have a MySpace account, and used to see friends requests a lot. My own policy is simple: if I don't know you, I don't friend you. I only use MySpace to keep in touch with a few favorite musicians, so I know their tour schedules.

Christy said...

Is there no need for privacy in homo computerus? I'm still resentful that I cannot see my nephew's wedding pictures unless I sign up for MySpace.

Trooper York said...

Keep smilin'
Keep shinin'

Knowin' you can always count on me
for sure
that's what friends are for

In good times
And bad times
I'll be on your side forever more
That's what friends are for
(Stevie Wonder)

Ignorance is Bliss said...

From the article ( emphasis mine ):

This is like allowing a corsair-wielding pirate to board your vessel without a fight.

I would think a corsair would be pretty hard to wield, considering it's the pirate's own ship.

Blake said...

You had a friend in me,
You had a friend in me,
You had troubles,
I got 'em, too,
There isn't anything,
I wouldn't do for you,
Except keep you on my friends list.

(With apologies to Randy Newman)