Facebook is an odd platform, isn’t it? It’s a multi-billion-dollar company whose main income—indeed, I believe its only income—is advertising. And yet, when was the last time you can honestly say that you bought something, be it goods or services, because you saw an ad for it on Facebook?
It’s been well over a year since my last post on this
website or on “The Grumpy Blog”. It’s been almost three years since my last
post on “From Across the Pond”.
It’s been just over six months since I posted anything on my
Facebook author page and about four months since I made a post on my Facebook
profile – and that was something banal about the Harry Potter films.
I’m still trying to get back into the routine of blogging regularly—and of posting to my Facebook page regularly, for whatever that is worth with the piss poor way Facebook handles posts on Pages—but it takes some effort to get back into the swing of it properly. One of the issues is, “What do I […]
It’s really quite daunting sitting down to write a blog post after having not posted one for such a long time. How does one start it? Do you apologise for your prolonged period of inactivity? And just what the hell do you write about anyway? It’s fair to say that I’m somewhat out of practice […]
It’s been just about six months since my last post on this blog, over a year since my last post on the “From Across the Pond” blog and about five months since a post on “The Grumpy Blog”. All of which is unforgivable. I have tried to keep up a presence on Facebook and twitter […]
So, I was browsing through my Facebook feed on my phone last night when I was suddenly logged out of the app and out of Messenger. “Bit odd,” I thought, so I tried to log back in but once I’d done that the feed failed to load. I gave it a couple of hours, then fired […]
So, it seems there’s been a bit of a hooha over the last couple of days over the reaction of a well-known, popular author of erotic novels to some members of his street team taking part in a “Hot Seat” takeover in a closed Facebook group that got a little… shall we call it “lively”? […]