I’m very anti-facebook. But I’m not trying to convince you to stop using it. *ahem*
One of the big reasons why I dislike it is that it’s incredibly difficult to delete your account.
The deactivate button is a trap, because once you log back in, it’s like nothing even happened. And even with your account deactivated, you still get craploads of spam from them.
But wait! I finally figured out how to truly delete your Facebook account. (If you ever decide to smarten up.)
- Go to the Account Deletion Request Page.
- Submit the form.
But wait, that’s not all you have to do. It takes 14 days for them to delete your account, and if you slip-up and login even once, you have to start all over.
See how hard it is?
Man, what a find. I have to thank Dan Yoder and his "Top Ten Reasons You Should Quit Facebook" article.
More reasons for quitting: because the internet says so (each word is a separate link btw)
1870 lines. Not bad for less than a week of dev.
(It actually shrunk after I took out some messy coding)
I’m writing this huge documentation file for my new program. And after researching a bit, I found this awesome CSS script that will set defaults for most HTML tags.
(get rid of the line breaks <br /> because boggert’s parser hates me..)
Man, that was helpful like no other.
RogerHub’s Boggert Blogging System is very outdated technology.. the code is really decentralized and messy and blksadoadajsd.
With this new program, I’m using AJAX and JQuery and a really REALLY nice centralized MySQL Smart Cache thing and a mildly nice (not very secure) authentication system and (X)HTML5! and visual effects like fading and (that stupid animated gif loading icon).
I really hope I can get a nice elegant front-end design for this project, because man, it’ll look awesome.
More awesome than my dango.
Yeah, I said it.
And I’ve been seeing really really far into the future with the memory limitation and whatnot. (Those sorting algorithm efficiency problems from APCS have been bugging the hell out of me)
So now, I have made room for 4 billion members, 2 billion events, 18446744073709551615 signups/messages/news articles. (how the heck do you even say that number?)
It’s really not that far away when you think that IPv4 and its 4294967295 (minus the craploads of reserved blocks) IP capacity is quickly running out.
Oh no! The internet is in crisis!
Not really, because a brilliant solution has been around for.. um.. 12 YEARS man -_-
Except, not everyone’s gotten around to using IPv6.
MAn, and microsoft is bugging me again for my $125 that I gotta give them for a windows 7 test. Should I even take it? So much studying ._. that i really don’t have time for.
I was listening to the radio (first time in months) and I found this guy, and his music’s pretty good. Listen (if you haven’t already)
When I first saw the band name, I’m like, what...?
Yeah, you probably (we/a)re too.
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lmao this is so old
think about all the data facebook has on you, they probably know you better than you know yourself.
the reason why siri and alexa and google home and home devices like these respond to you is because they are always listening, often sending private information back to the corporations.
social media has changed over time, going from "connecting everyone around the world" to "steal your data for marketing purposes", and many people realize how social media is distracting and negatively affecting their lives.
yea i agree with you
Wow, Alex Bad is the biggest oxygen thief ever.
Facebook is run by a someone who has categorically called his users as “dumb f—is”
Ongoing behaviour has put in concrete the type of person he is. I do not wish to support this behaviour and refuse to use the service as a matter of principle
YOU SUCK! YOU SHOULD USE FACEBOOK! Facebook is fun, popular, awesome, and everywhere! Only IDIOTS are anti-facebook!
You might find this useful: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/76681
Greasemonkey script to prevent you from seeing anything that’s facebook.
if you’re so anti-facebook, why did you make one in the first place? o.o
yeah i heard about the long deletion process thing elsewhere.