beware of the photolurkers

In the old days, it was called stalking. But with web2.0, looking through someone else's photos has a name. Photolurking. That's what Britain's New Scientist has dubbed people who check out other people's Flickr pages. (Actually, isn't that what Flickr is all about?)

The New Scientist has identified labels for a host of popular web 2.0 afflictions - like egosurfing, Wikipediholic, and cyberchondriac. Check it out and see where you fit in. Zombie photo above has absolutely nothing to do with any of this. But it's Friday. Why not?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Warning for all cyberchondriacs. In a sense, hypochondria is a disease.

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