I have seriously mixed feelings about the social networks these days. My grand plan to phase out my Facebook account is proceeding apace, with one early (and mostly unintended) consequence being that I’m getting more active on Twitter. Of course, my true focus these days is on building my own distribution and communication channels. But
I’ve been catching up belatedly on a few recent Q&A sessions that chief executives did at Stanford Graduate School of Business. I find these are always a treat as the school gets some great speakers, and the discussion inevitably always gets tech-y due to the setting, regardless of whatever industry the CEO hails from. For
I briefly mentioned a little while back that I want to phase out my Facebook account. To pull off this difficult task, I’m using the concept of “sunsetting” as a consumer that Silicon Valley companies often apply to old products of their own. I’ve now announced this decision to my friends on the platform, told
I’m doing a cleanup of various online accounts I maintain personally and for Indizr. Nitty-gritty on what’s in, what’s out for me follows. The biggest change to my existing “social stack” is that I’m phasing out two accounts entirely — LinkedIn as of October 31, 2017, and my Facebook account as of June 30, 2018.