Ange is an Internet Studies & Journalism graduate who spends way too much time messing with social networks (see smange).
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If you regularly communicate in a language that uses accents, such as French or Spanish, you will need to know how to type them using your Chromebook. Here’s how.
Facebook has just made the LGBT community very happy today by announcing multiple gender options and pronoun choices for users. Users may also limit the people who can see their gender.
Since joining Facebook, you probably made friends with lots and lots of people for many different reasons – some may not be very relevant anymore. It’s time to clean up your feed, isn’t it?
If you’re deciding which device to get for your next trip, you may consider checking out Chromebooks. But why choose a Chromebook for travel? Because, when it comes to travel, they are spot on.
If you’ve got a Chromecast, it’s possible that you’ve thought about how you might use it to Chromecast a Hangout session. How? That’s actually surprisingly easy.
There are new things you can do to make your content look good and be more shareable on Facebook. Here’s what you need to know.
Facebook recently announced a new “Trending Topics” feature, to make it easy to see what the world was talking about on Facebook. But what happened to hashtags? What should we use now?
Have you ever been caught by a Facebook hoax? Did you fall for one of the many privacy-related hoaxes, such as the Facebook Graphic App hoax? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.
If you’ve just got a new Chromebook, you may be wondering how to take screenshots. We’ll show you how to take a screenshot, then find it and use it.
While the world stops to admire the big events and changes of 2013, the Facebook landscape is worth a look as well. Surprisingly, quite a lot has changed.
Here’s a little story about the latest “Nigerian scam”, which is all too obvious in hindsight and yet so believable when you’re on the hook.
Facebook’s new “Donate Now” button for charities is great, but not immediately useful for most charities. So, what else can a charity do to be successful on Facebook?
When it comes to giving teenagers advice about being online, many adults have no idea what to suggest in terms of protecting their privacy and making good choices about their public image. It’s dangerous.
You’ve no doubt been in this position before: a group of people are trying to decide what gift to buy the extended family for the holiday season. What do you do?
Giftster makes family gift-giving a breeze, with personal wishlists and a way to reserve gifts you’re buying. The kids get what they want – and no more hassles with doubled-up presents!