The other day, Richard wrote an interesting post on Facebook and parenting. It’s a fascinating concept and one I tend to focus on the positive aspects of. How else would I know if my daughter was eating fish fingers and custard or my neice was in desparate need of a new pair of Doc Martens if it were not for Facebook, Twitter and the like.
I am also fascinated by Facebooks willingness to change its basic interface. Each change is followed by screams of “What has Facebook done” and “That’s it, I’m off to Twitter/MySpace/Google+/ThePub”. However the new interface almost always brings benefits and people are even more upset when it changes.
We’ve gone through the same many times. It’s one of […]