Archive for the 'Facebook' Category

How To: Untag Yourself in a Facebook Photo

If you receive a notification from Facebook that a friend has just added/tagged a photo that you don’t like or you don’t want your friends to see (for whatever reason), you can easily untag yourself so that it does not appear on your Facebook Profile. Simply follow these instructions: 1. Login to Facebook and click on the “notifications” [...]

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How To: Review Tags and Posts Before They Appear on Your Facebook Timeline

Each person has a different level of comfort when it comes to social media usage and privacy concerns. I am relatively open about my whereabouts and actvities, but some of my friends prefer to keep this information private, while others opt to share practically anything and everything but the kitchen sink. To help you manage what is and [...]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Social Networking

We teach you the unspoken etiquette. Ignore our insider tips at your own peril. Do set up privacy settings for your online profile, so the intimacies of your life—your battle with the bulge; an impending divorce—don’t become public when people find you in a search. Facebook, for example, lets you decide who can see your [...]

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How to Find Your Friends on Facebook

Facebook has changed the lives of so many people around the world. There are over 845 million active Facebook users and it’s no surprise that senior citizens are the fastest growing segment in the U.S., according to Pew Internet and American Life Project. I’m sure you’ve heard all the wonderful stories about people reuniting with grade [...]

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11 Reasons Why Seniors Should Care About Social Media

Senior citizens are the fastest growing demographic on Facebook, and this doesn’t surprise me. Though I’m not a senior, I personally use social media tools for business, but also to keep up with past and present friends as well as my family. For seniors, using Facebook, has enabled them to get in touch with long [...]

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11 Tips for Social Networking Safety

Via Microsoft Social networking websites like MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, and Windows Live Spaces are services people can use to connect with others to share information like photos, videos, and personal messages. As the popularity of these social sites grows, so do the risks of using them. Hackers, spammers, virus writers, identity thieves, and other criminals [...]

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