Facebook lets you control your public keys as if it were any other information: public, friends only, etc.
What is the problem you are eluding to?
There are GPG plugins for the web client but I have not used them.
b) It's worth encrypting everything. This protects your data not only from the spooks, but from gmail/live/your ISP/whatever free client you may use.
>In fact I may enable a bunch more useless notifications and set up a rule to delete them at my end as they arrive.
I'm surprised he didn't include a "BSD IS DYING, NETCRAFT CONFIRMS IT" in the article.
Last September I went on the most amazing thing ever: the first ever Motorhead's Motorboat! A heavy metal cruise full of great bands that went Miami - Key West - Cozumel - Miami. Four days of partying and heavy music.
They're doing it again this year. I've already pre-booked on Motorhead's Motorboat this time around.
Facebook: Actual friends and interests you have.
LinkedIn: Keep it strictly business.
Twitter: To follow the odd interest.
Google+: So you can say "I'm on Google+!"
I hate it when you see someone posting the same tripe across all their social networks. No one on LinkedIn cares what you ate for lunch.
Always or only since Apple released ApplePay?