Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Facebook Privacy Settings

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This recent article in the NYTimes explains Facebook's new privacy settings and recommends how you should proceed. It is worth the read if you don't want your information distributed to third party vendors.
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Friday, April 23, 2010

New Report About Teen Texting

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The Pew Internet & American Life Project released results of their research about the habits of teens texting. The statistics are staggering. Just ask any parent of a teen who has racked up a texting or cell phone bill of over $400 in the first month. That's because parents fail to pay the additional $5 for the unlimited texting service. It is worth the cash outlay to keep your blood pressure down when that first teen cell phone bill arrives.
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Thursday, April 22, 2010

How to use FaceBook

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I came across this tutorial about how to use FaceBook for those who would like to understand how this thing works. If you prefer the video type of learning, simply enter FaceBook Tutorial into your favorite browser and select from a variety of videos. Be careful, these are not always the highest quality of people and information. Here is a link for some FaceBook tutorials from YouTube.
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Friday, April 09, 2010

Take Down Those Facebook Pics

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Did you know there are ways you can disconnect from photos on Facebook that are "tagged" with your name? This article from Common Sense Media explains 5 ways to get rid of those Facebook photos that someone has put online.
This site also has some very good tips about movie ratings, the new iPad and other technology devices that are used today.
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