Many interesting things are happening in the past week. There is excitement in the words on the web, as well as in videos. Facebook announcing new email feature tomorrow. Personally there are many reasons why I won't make Facebook my default email client and it's because of spam that's gonna happen virally. It's gonna start crazy chain mail spam along with all fake Facebook accounts spamming out the users, like never before. All of this is a wild guess, but let's "face" it, would you thrust Facebook with that much of your private data? Not only that I am not gonna use Facebook email, I am not even gonna send to it. Words Facebook and privacy don't mean anything good to me, when used in the same sentence. Apps hijacking users data, spam problems, privacy breach, the fact that anything you say on Facebook can be used against you on court? And let's not forget how easily it is to loose a password to a hacker, because there is no proper https. So Facebook really thank you for offering us this great new feature of yours, but no thanks 😉 This will go for me personally, okay. But what about other 499 999 999 users (and spambots)? And this whole war with Google on openness. I mean give us a break will you? You are offering email pull to Yahoo and Hotmail, but Google is opted out?
I love the freedom when I blog on whatever crosses my mind, and since this is my personal blog, I ain't gonna be holding back, see me letting it go…
Since all of my work is tied to my computer, I really want to use most out of it. I believe I wasted a lot of time on these kinds of applications, but when you look at it in the long run, I got the most out of them. It's about building habits of using the tools that are available to you. I know numerous people who buy software or something that is there to serve them but they never end up in taking action. Don't be one of those people, because you are just being the consumer that way. Polarize your efforts and make habits from your decisions.