[Air-L] Reid Cornwell
bbakiogl at gmail.com
Mon Jan 4 08:48:17 PST 2010
No, I concur. It is just that when I accept an FB friend requests, I often
time look at the background/friends list and put him in an appropriate
privacy setting. He was on my limited profile thus far (and I haven't had
any spam from him at all) but since I've been forwarded bunch of links
regarding him since that first email, I removed him.
On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 11:44 AM, Ulla Bunz <ubunz at fsu.edu> wrote:
> People might want to read Alex Havalais' page on Reid Cornwell.
> He has lots of well-known FB friends? Hm... if you think that makes him
> legit, then you should consider the number of replies to this inquiry just
> this time around that said something like, "Yeah, I'm his FB friend too,
> though I'm not sure why."
> Make up your own mind but remember what we're teaching our students - just
> cause it's online it doesn't mean it's true. And just because it's popular,
> it doesn't mean it's high quality (the Google search hierarchy argument).
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