My phone completely shut off at 30%, due to “no battery power”… Plug back in, it comes back and I’m still at 30%?
I think iOS 7.1.2 may have some issues.
While I agree with the sentiment here, the unfortunate reality is that it’s impossible while your blog is public to prevent one person from seeing it, especially by tumblr imposing a blocking code.
What I mean is that technologically speaking, because your blogs are open to the general public, all someone would have to do even if tumblr followed through on what you want, is to log out or open a different browser and go to your tumblr page - which is all that they have to do anyway on Twitter. So, it’s really not worth it for Tumblr to create the code and, it’s irresponsible of Twitter to have one in place and not inform you that it doesn’t really do what you want it to do.
I know Tumblr does have a system in place for handling harassment from other users, but I do not know how good that system is, in all honesty.
But, on the subject of privacy? Violet Blue has written an awesome book on this subject: The Smart Girl’s Guide to Privacy which is filled with so much information on how to maintain privacy in the online world. Plus, it’s on sale for $6.49 right now.
I’m out adulting in the world, getting my car inspected and the oil changed. While waiting, I’m catching up on some reading.
Only about a few pages into Violet Blue’s latest, “the Smart Girl’s Guide to Privacy” and I know it’s going to be a must for all of my female friends.
Can’t link to it right now, but I will be doing so a couple of times throughout this week. (It is available on Amazon, including as a Kindle book and I assume in the Apple store but having a difficult time connecting to be sure of that).