My life isn't exciting enough to be bothered by stalkers.
I have slowly been defriending people that I really don't care about, or that never use the site anyway. I am a slave to FB events. Nothing is easier than inviting people through the click of a few buttons. It irks me when people don't use FB just for the events... having to send special invites to people through e-mail... tralala... aren't THEY special.
I also enjoy the like button - an acknowledgement without the effort of actually effort of typing something. Giving a shit, but barely. I feel the like button would be an excellent corporate addition to e-mails and meeting rooms.
" Future years will never know the seething hell and the black infernal background of countless minor scenes and interiors, (not the official surface courteousness of the Generals, not the few great battles) of the Secession war; and it is best they should notï¿½the real war will never get in the books." ~ Walt Whitman
Tricky question. I would have said yes, but the aftermath leads me to say I obviously didn't. We were a thing until I found out about the spyware and god only knows what the fuck else... just so ya know, phones are pretty unsafe and the crazy tinfoil people are actually onto something. It was a shitty situation. I cracked for about a week as I came to terms with it. Police hindered the situation initially, but had two awesome officers help me with it overall.
Involved international borders. There is a serious lack of law when it comes to internetland. Also, I question the validity of self-proclaimed white hats because of ex. PS: dude works at Dell's subsidiary Secureworks. Sweet dreams.
And the book is more about learning and study habits. It won't be a best seller by any means, but I don't really mind. It all started from my volunteer role, and the more time I put into it, the more I realized that I could actually use all the work I'd been doing to create something of my own. Duh, me.
quote:Originally posted by Oracular_Jinx Involved international borders. There is a serious lack of law when it comes to internetland. Also, I question the validity of self-proclaimed white hats because of ex. PS: dude works at Dell's subsidiary Secureworks. Sweet dreams.
Make sure Secureworks knows. I don't work for them, but I am in that field, and we have very little tolerance for abusing skills while pulling a paycheck as a defender.