Prior to that he was executive news editor at e Week and news editor at Baseline.
They’re not “it will kill you” dangerous, but instead dangerous in terms of your reputation, your finances, etc.
Now these are three things that instantly came to mind.
From a security point of view, telling everyone you ate Sugar Puffs for breakfast, or posting a photo of your belly button lint, isn’t going to get you into hot water. I’ve been guilty of this one before until someone told me to make my check-ins “friends only”.
It’s perfectly normal to want to share your intrepid adventures with your Facebook followers but if you highly publicise the fact that no-one is at home, then an opportunistic burglar might come around to your house and become the new owner your TV and next-gen games console.
But if the status updates are set to public, right away you are providing new material for pedophiles to drool over.