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Here’s a little problem that almost all of us have experienced at least once. You go to Facebook with an awesome link you want to share, paste it in and realise there’s no image thumbnail showing up. You can’t seem to make Facebook understand that the page does have images on it and you’d really like to show a thumbnail. Or can you?
Have you got a great reason to do some armchair tourism? Maybe you’re researching your next holiday destination, or looking to educate your kids, or you’re unable to travel for real and looking to see the world anyway. Maybe you’re just too comfy on your couch and prefer to do your sight-seeing this way for now. We know, we do it too. So, you want to find the most beautiful places on earth and take a look?
We know full well that most people who use Facebook use it to mess around and generally procrastinate, instead of getting on with their real work. Yeah, sometimes we use it for some genuinely interesting conversations with friends, but there’s still a lot of time-wasting in the works. If you disagree, you’re probably one of […]
If you’ve got kids and a penchant for technology, you’ve probably thought about getting a few interactive books for your kids to read. These days there are quite a few good choices available, so it’s worth taking a closer look at a couple more of the best books occasionally to help you find things you like.
There are many situations in life where you need someone to be able to contact you reliably, but do not want them to permanently have your phone number. Consider these situations: dating or selling goods online. Both of these circumstances are great examples of why a throw-away phone number might be a good idea.
Facebook has always been an easy way to accidentally expose yourself to unwanted privacy breaches, however with the new Facebook Graph Search it’s even easier to get stung. You might think you’ve locked down your account very well, only to find that things that you’d forgotten all about are now embarrassing you. It doesn’t even matter if you have enemies or not – all it takes is for someone to come up with the right search term.
In many parts of the northern hemisphere, we’re just starting to see the first signs that Spring might be on its way. Even if you’re not lucky enough to be seeing these signs yet, in reality we all know that the bulk of Winter is past us and Summer is not too far away. You know what this means? Time to shape up! Yes, it’s time for the excuses about cold weather to go out of the window and for a regular fitness habit to take their place.
If you’ve been a dedicated user of Windows Live Messenger, it’s time to start considering your options for future messaging. Today we’ll talk about how you can migrate to Skype, what alternative chat options are out there and how you can make the whole transition easier for yourself.
Facebook Graph Search recently made a huge splash on the search scene, allowing all Facebook users to mine data that is either public or visible to them via their friends. The result is that regular users now have access to all sorts of information about friends and strangers. Some of that information can be quite interesting or useful, while some of it can be downright scary.
Fans of online recipe sites may have heard of Yummly before as it’s been around for a while. But recently it’s had one hell of a spruce-up and added a whole lot of new social features and other updates to the site. Browsing Yummly has never looked better and sharing recipes is now as easy as pressing “Yum”.
Traveling the world these days is an amazing experience. Not only is it simple to book flights and accommodation online, but you can research the destination in great detail before you even decide to book your tickets. It’s possible to see in advance what the ski slopes look like, where the best local nightclubs are, see the layout of local shopping centers and know exactly where the nearest usable ATM is.
If you run any sort of Facebook page – even a small one – you may have considered running a competition. And why not? Competitions are a great way to get people talking and interacting with your page, which is just what you want to keep things on your page active and interesting. You should listen to a few words of caution though before you get started.
There are very few cooking lovers who can look past a decent recipe application for their phone. Most of us are always keen to find a new application which will let us browse great recipes and cook with our phone or tablet in front of us as a guide. But since you probably already have a few favourite recipe apps on your phone, we’ve decided to review a couple of the best recipe apps, with a few complementary apps to help you with the actual cooking.
For those of us living in first world cities, it’s hard to imagine how we would get on if we couldn’t communicate easily with our mobile phones. Yes, some of us might recall the days of pay phones and landlines, and just how irritating all of that was, but the concept of having no working telecommunications at all seems so unlikely that we forget to plan for it. But that’s exactly what we should be doing – planning ahead for emergencies.
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.