We are losing control of our data in the mobile age

Apps have never been more powerful or accessible. But they also have never been more imcompatible or proprietary, and a new generation may grow up with no concept of their data being _their data_.

The never-ending transaction

Facebook, Google, Twitter, and all companies that follow their lead will never stop changing the rules of what they do with your information. They can’t.

Facebook for iOS now lets you save links, events, and media to view later, but there’s a catch

Facebook now has its own read-later features. But if you often post links and care about the new Saved Links, you might need to change how you post.

The Internet didn’t kill high school reunions, it rejuvenated them

Facebook turned out to be one of the best things to happen to my 10-year high school reunion.

Facebook is testing a new photo album ‘contributors’ feature

You can add friends as contributors so they can upload photos to your albums and keep everything in one place.

Facebook Graph Search has a quick message option

If you search for people in Graph Search, Facebook’s new tool for…

Share just about anything via iMessage, Twitter, Flickr, and Facebook straight from the Finder

If your Mac is on 10.8 Mountain Lion, you can share just…