Sphinn removes the foundation that they’ve built their brand on. It is the users that build Sphinn with their content every day. Sphinn in itself hasn’t built anything of value other than a platform for publishing. How can they reasonably claim to know better than their users what is quality and what is not quality?
I am having a huge problem as I feel I have no place to express myself anymore. This blog has turned into a How-To blog and although I like that aspect of the blog, I still want it to be more than that. I want it to be my complete footprint online. It shall be the resource people can turn to when they want help with their social media stuff, but it should also reflect more of my personality.
I’ve had it. Enough is enough. Facebook has finally shown they cannot handle their position as number 1 in the social scene online. I am completely and utterly disappointed with Mark his crew. Haven’t they learned anything from their past or anything from the web?
I was thinking that when the latest update of the terms and conditions came along it was a mere high five to the legislators of some idiot government somewhere. The new rules stated three extremely important changes to the Facebook page terms of service: