Chronological Feeds on Facebook?

We’ve all been there. You just spent hours scrolling through your Facebook Feed. You initially popped in to check up on some small detail, and before you know it,  you have wasted a lot of time only to realise that some of the content you are seeing is four days old.

Here’s how to set your feed to chronological on a desktop and stay afresh as of 2023.

Click your friends icon on desktop

Next navigate to the friends feed

Click your friends icon on desktop

Now your feed will be Chronological. As far as I can tell there is no way to make this setting stick so you need to go through steps every time you use Facebook.

Your feed should now be chronological.

About the author.
Stuart Murdoch is an Artist and Part time Photo Educator, with over 30 years of teaching experience. He contemplates many things photographic. His ruminations include his own work as well other’s and the aspects of technology that impact on the sharing and consumption of Photographs.
☛ Website | Flickr | Instagram | Photography links | s2z digital garden | Tumblr

TV in the 1990s?

Here’s a body of work I made in the 1990s as a student.

I utilised the in-house Video editing suite at University with a camera and a tripod.  I had  already taken some prerecorded free to air TV. I then chose still images that piqued my interest. They are loosely organised here to form a narrative.

What frightens me is that some images could have easily been taken from last nights news.

The irony of using modern screens to share some thoughts on the then contemporary  medium of free to air TV isn’t  wasted on me.


About the author.
Stuart Murdoch is an Artist and Part time Photo Educator, with over 30 years of teaching experience. He contemplates many things photographic. His ruminations include his own work as well other’s and the aspects of technology that impact on the sharing and consumption of Photographs.
☛ Website | Flickr | Instagram | Photography links | s2z digital garden | Tumblr

A.I., Photography, and our Futures | PhotoVogue Festival 2023: What Makes Us Human? Image in the Age of A.I.

A great exploration of AI and meaning and truth in a post-photographic era


About the author.
Stuart Murdoch is an Artist and Part time Photo Educator, with over 30 years of teaching experience. He contemplates many things photographic. His ruminations include his own work as well other’s and the aspects of technology that impact on the sharing and consumption of Photographs.
☛ Website | Flickr | Instagram | Photography links | s2z digital garden | Tumblr