I've been thinking a lot lately about how people use the same platform in completely different ways. Taking Facebook as an example, the information and type of information people choose to share varies from a running commentary of what's happening on the TV to thoughts that would or should otherwise have been kept secret.
I was interested to see a "facebook friend" deleting status updates and removing news feed items, personalising the platform by removing the auto-generated content rather than adding to it.
In his blog entry Graham expresses concerns about privacy and draws our attention to the issues around tagging photographs. He says that it is critical that we have the rights and the tools to manage our digital identities, but with rights come responsibilities and I think that we have a responsibility to exercise those rights.