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For the first time in what seems like forever, Facebook is cleaning house.  Many of the 3rd party solutions I’ve employed to be able to cross-post from my WordPress blog (where I prefer to Publish) into the Facebook silo are …

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This news won’t effect many on my FList, except those who use WordPress to blog and Share those posts to Facebook via a plug-in.

Since I am not actively publishing directly

Sharing Options from WordPress.com to Facebook Are Changing

First Facebook, now Twitter . . .

I’m really tired of ‘Social Media’ trying to show me what they think is relevant.

You know what is relevant? Context. And you know how to maintain context? Chronological Continuity.

It’s the main reason I’m done dwelling on these sites. …

Ugh. I get it. Facebook had to do something to address a myriad of concerns.

But the result is a very ugly homogenization of external links. And of course Content made within the Facebook platform has a much better presentation.…

Sometimes all the talking has been done and there is nothing left but to just do the thing.
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Updated: June 06, 2018 at 08:18PM
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Gotta get ready for the Castle Ravenloft expansion #Neverwinter #PS4share
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Also, I know I’m a beta-tester for the FB App, but is anyone elses FB app just loading white space and crashing today. FB on my phone is useless today.
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Updated: June 05, 2018 at 06:12PM
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I need to put this down in my feed so it registers somewhere in the Facebook Algorithm:

I hate that linked YouTube videos no longer have an embedded player.

Nobody sits on YouTube for curated content. Once you leave Facebook …

I need to put this down in my feed so it registers somewhere in the Facebook Algorithm:

I hate that linked YouTube videos no longer have an embedded player.

Nobody sits on YouTube for curated content. Once you leave Facebook …