Mom Said… Archive

  Way back in 2011 LinkedIn introduced its Add Connections feature. Members were told this feature would help them connect with other LinkedIn users among their contacts list, so many signed up. However, those who opted in for the feature were horrified to learn the result was a mass spamming of their email contacts list, […]

Talk Back

No DVD Player In Windows 10

Posted October 7, 2015 By Mom

  I am in no hurry to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10, and here’s yet another reason why: Windows Media Center isn’t included as part of Windows 10, which means there’s no DVD player software built into Windows 10. This is probably a sign that Microsoft foresees the end of the DVD as […]

2 Comments so far. Join the Conversation

It’s here at last, just in time for Halloween season: the Locke & Key – Unabridged – Audible Audio Edition full cast recording has an average review rating of 5/5 stars and it’s FREE until 11/4/15!     Based on the best-selling, award-winning graphic novel series Locke & Key – written by acclaimed suspense novelist […]

Talk Back

Two years ago I wrote a piece for Kindle Fire on Kindle Nation Daily, Tell Amazon How Much You Want To Pay By Buying Discounted Instant Videos, and followed it up with a Digital Media Mom article that same week, Amazon’s Instant Video Price Experiments Continue. At that time, Amazon’s digital video prices were all […]

1 Comment. Join the Conversation

Facebookery: Facebook Privacy Hoaxes

Posted September 30, 2015 By Mom

  IN A NUTSHELL: NO, Facebook has no plans to introduce a new, paid feature where users can pay for upgraded profile privacy options. NO, posting that fancy-schmancy, legalese-sounding privacy/copyright notice on your profile does NOT grant you any specific privacy or copyright protection on content you post to, or share on, Facebook.   Image: […]

Talk Back