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Facebookery: Quickly Find Stuff You Saved On Facebook

Just a quick one today, to share a recent Facebook discovery. Back in January of this year I posted Facebookery: Now It’s Possible To Save Stuff In Facebook!, which described a then-new Facebook feature that allows you to save links, videos and more in private collections. Before this change, people who wanted to save things […]

Microsoft’s Free Youthspark Program Teaches Kids AND Adults Online Safety

If you’re feeling less than confident about helping your kids stay safe online, you’re not alone. Kids today are often much more tech-savvy than their parents, but that doesn’t mean they’re doing all they should to protect themselves on the internet. From the youngest kids all the way up to the octogenarians, most consumers could […]

Facebookery: Now You Can Customize Your Facebook News Feed – Sort Of

What Do We Want? The ability to specify what shows up in our Facebook News Feed! When Do Want It? We have ALWAYS wanted it, and in fact we have ALWAYS thought this is how it should work by default.     Facebook’s New News Feed Preferences Tools Yes, Facebook is finally giving you the […]

Facebookery: Expansion Of Facebook Trending News Feature

You may have been hearing about Facebook’s ambition to become your one-stop web destination, for everything from socializing to shopping. News is one subject people have not traditionally looked for on Facebook, but the recent expansion of the Trending News feature is intended to change that.   Trending: It’s No Longer Just About Gossip & […]

Angry Birds Permissions: Why So Many?

Following last week’s Free App Friday, which featured all-time classic free apps, I received a message from a reader who’s concerned about permissions in the Angry Birds Free app. Since these are very common permissions you’re likely to find on many apps, I’m going to go through them and explain them.     First, as […]