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@Danny Brown @Johnny40T You gotta wonder what's an old browser these days.  Everything appears to update itself constantly.  LOL

1 year, 2 months ago on Quit Treating Your Blog Readers Like Second Class Chumps

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@jenelleconner@Johnny40T Well to me it didn't make sense that she provided you with the pictures on a very public website if she was trying to prevent this from occurring in the first place on another public website.  You also must have discussed the issue with her after the fact because you have since blurred the children's faces which were not blurred before.  Also, your disagreement with my assessment is a subjective opinion and not objective or pertaining to the facts that I quoted above directly from facebook's website.  When you grant a digital media company a non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use any content you post, you are in essence giving that digital media company full access and privileges to do as they wish with your pictures.  I'm not sure what is left to be said.  Your pictures essentially become their pictures.

1 year, 3 months ago on The Ugly Side of Social Media Sharing

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"Online trolls want the attention. They crave the defensiveness. They want you to get upset. Don’t give them the pleasure."  I really think this is the best advice because there are so many trolls out there wanting attention and they'll do whatever they need to get it.  Silence is the best response I find. 

1 year, 3 months ago on Seven Tips for Dealing with Online Trolls

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I can't say I entirely agree with you Jenelle.  If a parent uploaded some pictures of kids playing in a playground and Susan's kids happen to be in the picture texting, would that give her the ok to notify the parent to remove the picture.  I don't think so.  I realize there is a fine line, but I really don't fault this website for reposting a picture that was already posted everywhere else.  If you put your pictures on the internet, you have to assume there is at some point the possibility that they could be copied or misused.  It's a risk we all must accept.  In this case, the only one who could really claim the copyright is facebook.  Most people are not aware of this but facebook owns the pictures once you upload them and they can do with them as they wish "you grant us a non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, worldwide license to use any IP content that you post on or in connection with Facebook"  Curious also as to why you reposted the picture if it was Susan's intention to get rid of it?

1 year, 3 months ago on The Ugly Side of Social Media Sharing

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This have a very sweet style.  I find that Adidas are the only shoes that really every fit me well.  I think its because I have a narrow foot.  I would love to find the grey ones.  I've never seen Adidas come out with any quite like this.

1 year, 3 months ago on adidas Originals ZX 700 & 750 – Spring / Summer 2013

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" This means no matter what browser display your visitor comes in on, the site will adapt." I love this concept and something we have to pay more attention to when adopting technologies.  Making them transparent so there isn't as many road block with different devices, apps or OS.

1 year, 3 months ago on Quit Treating Your Blog Readers Like Second Class Chumps

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