I just spent the last two hours *hacking* into my father in law's f@cebook account.
*not really hacking, I suppose, since he gave me permission, his sign on, and his password, but I'll use semantics to make me sound cooler.*
You see, my poor DIL* went a little f@cebook tagging crazy. I mean, he was tagging himself in everything! A picture of a dog, a landscape, my bridal portrait (yeah, that one really got me riled up for some reason.)
So I offered to clean up all of his F@cebook photos and to give him a few lessons on tagging and picture rights.
It really got me thinking about how particular we are about unspoken rules online. For example, if someone posts a whole bunch of pictures, it's really not polite to save them to your computer, then upload them as your own.
So unpolite, that it's consider plagiarism, but I won't mention that to my DIL.
Also, profile pictures aren't really supposed to be a collection of pictures you love, they are supposed to, well, you know, profile YOU!
Hopefully the "lessons," go smoothly tomorrow and I can teach with love and grace to the technologically unsavy.