Friday, October 26, 2007

MySpace + FaceBook

All the cool kids are doing it. :-p Dunno how much I'll be using those things (not even sure of their utility). But anyway, I'm on the Internuts now.
http://www.myspace.com/evakissblackie
this is Sébastien's profile

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

you shaved your beard!

2:15 AM  
Anonymous Tainted Ink said...

Were you named after the crab in The Little Mermaid?

5:22 AM  
Blogger Lars said...

You're aware that Facebook owns everything you put there? And I mean everything.

7:23 AM  
Blogger Sirkowski said...

Oh please, not that again. They're just protecting themselves against morons who put naked photos of themselves on their page and then want to sue FaceBook for distributing it. Once you erase the material or any material from your page, FaceBook loses all rights on it.

DeviantArt had the exact same term of use and they don't own anything from me.

12:29 PM  
Anonymous WompingFool said...

I get so tired of reading people complain about the terms of sites. International copyright law dictates that all your work is safe. You can't lose rights unless you sign them over, as in pen on paper! As the other person mentioned, sites have to have terms like this over every idiot wanting a quick buck would sue the moment they saw their work on the site show up on Google or on the front page of the site. Just so you know, most Internet providers have the SAME terms. So if you are that worried about it why not just stay offline and do us all a favor.

As for facebook, this is a nifty app

http://www.myartspace.com/facebook/

9:36 PM  
Anonymous Lars said...

@WompingFool:
Good job of flogging a dead horse. FYI, I was not talking about art, I was talking about personal information. In case you haven't noticed, people have gotten in trouble because of how Facebook treats their personal info. As for international copyright law, you don't have it if you sign it away! Pen on paper? Nah, a button click is sufficient. I don't know the terms of copyright on Facebook, I don't care. I just thought I'd put up a warning, but I guess I was unclear.

2:45 AM  
Blogger Sirkowski said...

Nobody's ever lost intellectual property over the click of a button. And don't put naked pictures of yourself on FaceBook if you don't want your boss to see them.

1:04 PM  

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