THE SUNDAY BLOG: 10 MOST READ ARTICLES OF 2013

THE SUNDAY BLOG: 10 MOST READ ARTICLES OF 2013

HAPPY NEW YEAR! It’s top of the posts time and it’s all very exciting because this year we have a new number one read! WordPress has just published the annual dossier on a  Different Angle’s (or the Sundayblog.co.uk) performance,  those articles that you readers  have found most interesting in 2013. As always, visitors to a Different […]

YOU LIKE TO WATCH, DON’T YOU?

YOU LIKE TO WATCH, DON’T YOU?

“Voyeurism is the interest in or spying on people engaged in behaviours normally considered to be of a ‘private’ nature…Skulking in the shadows of cyberspace, watching the world of your ‘collected’ contacts is just another form of voyeurism, is it not?” Yesterday I grabbed my machete and went on a rampage and today I feel much […]

EYES WIDE SHUT

EYES WIDE SHUT

“There isn’t much out there that shocks us; sex, death, violence or love, many of us have (or believe) we’ve seen it all.” On Facebook the other day I remember seeing a flurry of ‘shared links’ about a young man who’d gone missing from his home in St Neots, England.  My stream was awash with […]

TOP 10: THE MOST READ ARTICLES OF 2012

TOP 10: THE MOST READ ARTICLES OF 2012

HAPPY NEW YEAR! It’s top of the pops (or posts) time again when WordPress very kindly compile a whole dossier of a  Different Angle’s performance or, more specifically, those articles that you, the readers, have found most interesting in 2012. Visitors to a Different Angle don’t just come from subscribers, Facebook or any other social media […]

FACEBOOK PAGE POSTS; LIKE THEM OR LOSE THEM

FACEBOOK PAGE POSTS; LIKE THEM OR LOSE THEM

“Are you a fan of a product, person, show or place and LIKED it on Facebook?  And have you noticed they’ve been a bit quiet lately? Read on to find out why…” I manage the St Neots town page that, as at today, has a following of 3,010. More specifically, three thousand and ten people […]

HAVE YOU SURRENDERED YOUR PRIVACY?

HAVE YOU SURRENDERED YOUR PRIVACY?

Last week it was cheeky Harry, this week it’s booby Kate, is there no end to the Royal flesh fest or the circus that surrounds their attempts to ban the publication of  ‘exposures’ immortalising their exposure?  And, most importantly, do we care? Viewing figures would suggest that we do. Yet, for generations, the public have […]

Facebook ‘friends’; isn’t it time for a good culling?

“… if your so called Facebook friends are not showing an interest in, commenting on or contributing to the events that take place in your life, doesn’t that just make them a new breed of voyeur?” I’ve carried out a rudimentary online poll asking Facebook users what percentage of their ‘friends’, on average, they believe […]

The St Neots profile is an organisation? Call the Facebook police!

What a day! But normal service is slowly being restored.  The Facebook profile linked to this blog underwent a necessary transformation today from an ‘individual’ type profile to a ‘place/organisation’ page in order to comply with Facebook terms and conditions. So what happened? I created the St Neots Facebook page a few years ago for […]

The Psycho Network; Facebook’s darker side

Okay, so it’s been a long day and I decide I’m going to crash out in front of the TV.  I browse the listings and come across a program called CATFISH; a documentary about some guy who meets his dream girl on Facebook. Set in the USA, this program is basic in its format but for […]