So after two weeks of shutting off my access to Facebook, I find myself logging back in. It seems to remove your digital fingerprint from the net is almost impossible. If you are an android user like myself, and a Facebook user, chances are, on several apps you have installed, you have logged in with Facebook. This presents a problem once you delete that account. You cannot re-create the account with the same email, as its already registered. And creating a new account also means you have to start everything over.
This of course assumes that you believe in me as being an Expert in Social Media… Which of course I am not, but that never seems to stop anyone these days. I mean anything you read on Social Media sites has to be the truth right? Welcome to Another Considered Normal Rant. Todays Rant brought to you by Facebook, Spreading Misinformation and Terrorizing the Nation since February 4th 2004.
Doctors have forever been one of the professions we regards in the highest when it comes to authoritative figures. By this I mean people you can trust, be it to keep you safe, or to keep you healthy, Doctors have always been there to help us, and keep our deepest secrets safe (Doctor Client privilege).
Along with Priests and lawyers, this privilege is sacred, and should never be broken except in absolutely extreme circumstances (ex: If a psychiatrist find out one of his patients is a serial killer, they need to report it). But now Doctors are using Social Media to post images and comments about patients.
As I mentioned in my last post I am testing out WordPress.com’s new wordpress plugin called JetPack. It adds a lot of the functionality that WP.com users get to your hosted installation. The question though, is does it post to social media sites when you post from a cell phone using a mobile app like WordPress for Android, Apple, and Blackberry.
This post will serve as a test as I am writing this on my Galaxy Nexus. I will comment if it works or not.