Sunday, October 10, 2010

HeadBook Hacking

A couple months ago I broke down and joined or whatever it's called.

I figured the only way to stop the meteoric rise of Facebook (it recently passed Google in the hit race) was for me to jump aboard!

So far I've reconnected with a long-lost high school friend, one of my old college roommates, and just the other day a childhood friend of mine who I haven't seen in about 20 years reached out to me. (Of course I also searched for a few chicks from my college daze...)

All that is very cool and very nice.

But I have next to no interest in checking it everyday to see the *status updates* and *likes* from my friends.

I don't know. Perhaps I would have an interest if I wasn't so swamped otherwise. As it stands, I look at it maybe once a week. And I try to scroll through my *news feed* but it won't let me go back more than a page or so - for whatever reason.

Anyways, I received a notice yesterday that someone had accessed my HeadBook account from an *unfamiliar location* - Washington DC - and that I should change my password.

Obviously, someone from the Administration had hacked into my account!


Taylor Conant said...

Your joining of FB is the ultimate contrarian indicator. Young people don't want to do things that old people do. FB is now doomed.

Anonymous said...

give belichik credit - and you know what i'm talking about.

CaptiousNut said...


No idea what you are talking about.

Running Moss out of town?

Speak - you're anonymous after all!