Archive for the tag "facebook"
A little perspective, perhaps, on the ongoing changes to facebook? If you want to know more about what is going on check out this roundup of facebook changes or this on how to enable your facebook Timeline
Posted: 24 September, 2011 in Blogging, comedy/humour, Computing, Culture, Internet, Life, Media, Technology, values.
Tags: facebook, facebook changes, humor, humour, privacy settings, social media, social network, timeline
just proves the point of the speed technology is changing the world. It’s exponential. Two years ago it was all MySpace, and Facebook barely rated a mention.
Posted: 31 October, 2010 in Australian Values, Economics, Education, fun, History, Internet, Language, legal, Literature, Maths, Media, music, Science, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: brain, did you know, download, Education, employment, exabyte, facebook, Google, human brain, Internet, Jobs, learning, music, MySpace, SMS, social media, social web, study, supercomputer, technology, text, web, world wide web
It’s understandable that ignorant journalists get it wrong when the agenda for them is to become famous and be glamorous and who cares about the boring facts.
Posted: 24 August, 2010 in Australian Politics, Media, politics and government, values.
Tags: accuracy, Afghanistan, Australian journalism, australian media, australian media values, big brother, Channel 10, editor, editorial, facebook, insurgents, journalism, late news, Media, media adviser, media values, news, politician, politics, PR, public relations, reportage, reporter, reporting, sub-editor, Taliban, TEN, twitter
GetUp’s Tony Abbott tv commercial – Abbott’s stated opinions on women’s, indigenous and other issues coming back, to haunt him. You can donate to get it on air.
Posted: 9 August, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Economics, History, Life, politics and government, Racism, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: australian election, facebook, GetUp, indigenous issues, politics, share, Tony Abbott, tv ad, tv campaign, TVC, twitter, women's issues
Social Media growth is so fast that this video posted on YouTube almost exactly a year ago is already dated. Which proves its case nicely.
Posted: 9 August, 2010 in Australian Values, Internet, Life, Media, values, Video.
Tags: Baby Boomers, bebo, blog, communities, community, email, facebook, FlickR, Gen X, Gen Y, Google, iPad, iPhone, kindle, Life, Media, online community, relationship, SMS, social media, twitter, wikipedia, youtube
Posted: 21 May, 2010 in comedy/humour, Computing, Culture, Internet, values.
Tags: bad people, computer document, computer software, computers, Computing, facebook, format, fraud, friends, infrastructure, Internet, internet infrastructure, microsoft word, social, social culture, social media, social values
Values Australia has signed up as a member of “Julie Bishop’s Death Stare” on Facebook. Here’s why…
Posted: 10 March, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, comedy/humour, Immigration, Media, politics and government, Religion, Science, values, Video.
Tags: Abbott, ABC, ABC TV, Australian immigration, Australian Values, Bishop, bishop death stare, Dawkins, Death Star, Death Stare, detention centres, facebook, Howard, humor, humour, Julie Bishop, julie bishop death, politics, Q&A, Religion, Richard Dawkins, Ruddock, Science, Star Wars, values, Vanstone
We ran across this Typology Quiz from Pew Research. You can find out where they say you sit on the Liberal < - > Conservative continuum.
Posted: 10 November, 2009 in Culture, Economics, environment, Immigration, Life, politics and government, Racism, Religion, Sex, US Politics, values.
Tags: Bush, conservative, cultural values, democrat, economic values, Economics, economy, environment, facebook, facebook fan, facebook friend, kerry, Liberal, personality test, political values, politicians, politics, religious values, republican, social values, society, sociology, temperament, test, typology, values, very conservative, very liberal
Social Media Awesomeness – THIS IS NOT SAFE FOR WORK, PRIESTS, OR SMALL CHILDREN