The link below is to an article reporting on how Malcolm Turnbull has summed up the mood of a good many Australians concerning Alan Jones.
However, it is time not only Alan Jones was made aware of his offensive troll-like behaviour in the media, but also that others in the media faced up to the same thing. We all know who they are, these self-appointed bullies who like to savage others and can’t cop it when they receive it back. There is a Sydney newspaper full of these types and a number of radio stations have their share also. Enough is enough in my opinion.
The link below is to an article reporting on the latest pathetic rhetoric coming from one of Australia’s ‘leading’ media personalities. His comments can only be described as disgraceful, whether you are a fan of our Prime Minister or not.
The link below is to an article about a recent debate in which Newspepper.com founder Hermione Way claimed that social apps are responsible for some rapes that have occurred. A social app CEO responded with ‘more people have been harmed by the Catholic Church.’ Now that is difficult logic to argue against.
The following articles are the first two in a series concerning the very difficult task of controlling social media and the various social networks/web applications that you use. There are of course various strategies that can be used and usually some customised form that suits your own situation is generally the way to go. I find myself constantly adapting what I do to meet my current situation. Sometimes the strategy works for a while before breaking down, while at other times the strategy doesn’t appear to get me too far at all.
Perhaps what is outlined in the various articles below will be a help to you. Some of what is mentioned in the articles are strategies I already use and that sucessfully, but not owning a smartphone means I am limited to using various web applications and strategies, so they won’t all work for me.
The following is a video on the history of social media by Grovo