What do you do on a daily basis on the Internet? Do you live in Facebook? Or are you camped out more in your email inbox? Or maybe you’re a budding blogger?
Here’s an infographic on how netizens spend their days online
See Who Views Your Facebook Profile
‘Be extremely wary of any service or app that claims to show you who’s been viewing your Facebook profile. This functionality violates Facebook’s privacy rules. If you’ve fallen prey to a purported stalker app (or any other type of Facebook malware), be sure to check out Facebook’s instructions for revoking app access to your account.
‘That said, there are a couple ways to get clues and insights into who’s been floating around your profile. While you won’t end up with the definitive list you’re likely looking for, keep reading for tips and tricks that toe — but don’t cross! — that fine line between natural curiosity and a massive breach of privacy…’
iPad’s Display Is ‘Jaw-Dropping’
‘Apple’s AAPL -0.68% iPad could be described as a personal display through which you see and manipulate text, graphics, photos and videos often delivered via the Internet. So, how has the company chosen to improve its wildly popular tablet? By making that display dramatically better and making the delivery of content dramatically faster…’
Talking About Death on Social Media
‘Death is a part of life, both on and offline. Facebook and MySpace become gathering spaces for the living to mourn their fallen friends. What kind of language do people use to express their grief?
‘A new study out of the University of California at Irvine’s School of Information and Computer Sciences takes a closer look at the language of bereavement and distress in social media. “Death in social media creates an entirely different kind of experience than we’ve ever really had before,” says Jed Brubaker, a PhD Candidate at the University of California at Irvine. “Traditionally when someone dies, people come together at a certain place, certain time and grieve together – like a cemetery, wake.” What types of language people use to mourn their loved one on social media, in front of other users?…’