Since a few years, the eighties are back with a twist. A new music style emerged, solely based around eighties synthpop.
The movie Drive with Ryan Gosling was a turningpoint for this style of music, because of its excellent soundtrack.
Now more and more people a rediscovering the pink and blue aesthetics of the eighties.
I’ve abandoned Facebook a while ago. For several years I was concerned with Facebook’s tracking, partly due to building in such pixels and trackers for my profession as a backend webdeveloper. I finally took the plunge to leave that platform behind.
Why would I let a company decide any longer what’s good for us, what we need to see, what our surfing habits are? Why would Facebook need to know which health insurance fits me best?
I’ve moved to Diaspora now. This is an open source, decentralized solution which resembles Facebook in a lot of ways, but contains no tracking or ads.
I can be found by the username arjeneke . I invite you to sign up as well at Diaspora. I’ll see you there!
I made a small drawing to act as a Facebook wallpaper. But I submissioned myself to the #deleteFacebook hashtag. Now the drawing sits here. Unused.
I’m a bit segwaying here, but it’s finally happened: #deleteFacebook is a fact for me. I’ve done a bit of research and was unpleasantly surprised what was tracked by Facebook (and Google, for that matter).
I already wasn’t a fan of Whatsapp and Instagram, so those weren’t an issue for me. But Facebook seemed to track a bit too much to my liking.
So no more checking my FB wall, which only took a lot of time liking all the photo’s posted by others and skipping the articles that were probably really worth a read, but never get attention.
So I’m not missing out. It’s giving me more peace of mind and less tracking of personal info.
I’m happy with it! Try it yourself, #deleteFacebook !