Category Archives: Facebook

A couple of things about Me, NiN, Malware, WordPress and the letter i, plus a few songs

Earlier this week I was downloading a couple of Nine Inch Nails albums, and an album by Godhead when my computer pretty much stopped working. I’m blaming the Godhead because, other than a decent cover of “Eleanor Rigby”, it mostly … Continue reading

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The Empty Room At The End Of The Recovery Rainbow

I’ve been lost for a long time. Sometimes it feels like I’m a casualty of my own narrative, sometimes like I’m a victim of circumstance. Lately I’ve felt like I’m being attacked by my recovery. It’s as though behind every … Continue reading

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Facebook Suicide

“Clickjacking is a technique by which hackers spread malware and redirect traffic to nefarious sites… . “This latest scam [“Likejacking”]… lures people into clicking on links and messages such as, “This man takes pictures of himself EVERYDAY for 8 YEARS!!” … Continue reading

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Watching My Passed Lives Unravel On Facebook

Last week I responded positively to a Facebook “friend request” from someone I haven’t seen since I was a child. When you move as often as we did, you count your friends in eras. In sections of your life. These … Continue reading

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