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How To Get Banned From Social Networks

Internet

How To Get Banned From Social Networks

The Web has opened up lines of communication that were previously closed for the vast majority of the world. Anyone with an Internet connection can now head online and talk to someone on the other side of the world using any one of a range of different services. Social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ are the obvious options. There is unfortunately a tendency to abuse these new lines of communication.

Dave Parrack February 6, 2013 06-02-2013
How To Get Banned From Social Networks
Auto-Share Facebook & Instagram Photos With People Without Accounts

Internet

Auto-Share Facebook & Instagram Photos With People Without Accounts

Sharing photos online has become an integral part of our lives, but what about our loved ones who don’t have a Facebook account, or Instagram? While sharing digital photos with the world is easier than ever before, each network is still limited to those who actually take part in it. If you’re not lazy, this is not a real problem: you just post your photos on several social networks, upload them to Dropbox, or email them directly when necessary.

Yaara Lancet February 5, 2013 05-02-2013
Auto-Share Facebook & Instagram Photos With People Without Accounts
How To Use Facebook’s Conversion Tracking Tool [Weekly Facebook Tips]

Internet

How To Use Facebook’s Conversion Tracking Tool [Weekly Facebook Tips]

If you run any sort of business and occasionally use Facebook’s advertising campaigns, you already know that there are many ways to track the popularity of the advert and keep track of how well it’s doing. Large businesses have had access to many sophisticated tracking tools for a while now. But now, Facebook have released a couple of new tools to smaller businesses and individuals which are worth taking a closer look at.

Angela Randall February 5, 2013 05-02-2013
How To Use Facebook’s Conversion Tracking Tool [Weekly Facebook Tips]
Post This: 5 Fantastic Blogging Add-ons [Firefox]

Browsers

Post This: 5 Fantastic Blogging Add-ons [Firefox]

Growing up, I created dozens and dozens of blogs on nearly every subject that interested me. I’ve had software development blogs, video game blogs, religious blogs, mini-blogs for team projects, small blogs for my inner circle of friends. You might be running a blog right now, or you may be thinking of running one. If so, listen up! One of the best advancements in browser technology over the past decade has been in plugins/extensions/addons.

Joel Lee February 5, 2013 05-02-2013
Post This: 5 Fantastic Blogging Add-ons [Firefox]
Keep Your Life Goals In Sight By Breaking Them Down Into Small Increments On Everest [iOS]

iPhone and iPad

Keep Your Life Goals In Sight By Breaking Them Down Into Small Increments On Everest [iOS]

You can think of Everest as a combination of a goal-setting tool, a bucket list, a vision board, and a productivity coach. At its most basic, it is a getting-things-done app that means to track your journey from a definite beginning to a satisfactory end. As the app developers so pointedly say – Everyone has their Everest. We help you climb yours.

Saikat Basu February 5, 2013 05-02-2013
Keep Your Life Goals In Sight By Breaking Them Down Into Small Increments On Everest [iOS]
Press: An Impressive Google Reader Client [Android]

Android

Press: An Impressive Google Reader Client [Android]

Google Reader is an important part of my daily routine. It’s how I keep on top of news and blogs I care about. In fact, Reader has many fans in MakeUseOf. But what if you don’t like to read your feeds while in front of a computer? Well, if you’re an Android user, we’ve covered JustReader and Pulse, two interesting Google Reader clients. But today I’m here to take a good look at a recent arrival in the Reader client space, called Press.

Erez Zukerman February 5, 2013 05-02-2013
Press: An Impressive Google Reader Client [Android]
5 Awesome Games That Make PlayStation Plus Worth The Price [MUO Gaming]

Gaming

5 Awesome Games That Make PlayStation Plus Worth The Price [MUO Gaming]

I recently wrote an article about the biggest rip offs in the history of video games. In it, I was quick to point out that Microsoft charges $60 a year for a service that simply grants players the ability to play games online and a few other little perks. Sony, on the other hand, has an incredible service called PlayStation Plus that costs $50 a year, and gives users some cool extras, while playing games online remains free.

Dave LeClair February 5, 2013 05-02-2013
5 Awesome Games That Make PlayStation Plus Worth The Price [MUO Gaming]
3 Steps To An Organized & Simplistic Chrome Bookmarks Bar

Browsers

3 Steps To An Organized & Simplistic Chrome Bookmarks Bar

Who doesn’t love bookmarks? The promise to remember an interesting website and visit it later when you will have more time to enjoy it. The endeavor would be easier if you hadn’t bookmarked several hundred cool sites over the past dozen years. Fortunately, someone invented the Bookmarks Bar, that space for all the awesome sites you do visit regularly, like MakeUseOf. Sadly, there will always be more favorite sites than space on the Bookmarks Bar.

Tina Sieber February 5, 2013 05-02-2013
3 Steps To An Organized & Simplistic Chrome Bookmarks Bar
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