Facebook Messenger Replacement
The Facebook application is a HUGE app (in size, memory requirements, and battery drain) and the Messenger app is likewise huge. Plus, both apps require many more “permissions” (read, potential privacy violations) than would seem logical. (For more about this, see our previous article, “ Continue reading
Ello is the new ad-free Social Network!
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Maybe you have never heard of “Ello”? That is very possible since it is still in beta and you can only join if you are invited.
CONTEST: Want to try it? See how you can be invited to Ello … Continue reading
Facebook pages are an extension of your personal identity on Facebook. They allow you to separate your personal identity from whatever focus the page has. The process of creating one may be intimidating but this article should make it easier. Generally, a person will publish a page on Facebook to focus on a particular area of interest. Such pages can link with an external blog for even greater benefit. Continue reading
Twitter is a great source of content
5 questions & 6 tips about Twitter
As a consumer of content, I use Twitter to provide news & information about current events, technical issues, politics, leadership concepts, devotional encouragement and such like. I do not use it to … Continue reading
Today, on the Bishop’s Facebook Page, we had a question about playing the game applications available on Facebook:
Windows Vista Home Premium
AMD Phenom 9850 Quad Core Processor 2.50 GHz
8.00 GB RAM
Hope that’s enough info 🙂
I know the Bishop probably dislikes the Facebook games; however, … Continue reading
A short course for anyone who wants to join Twitter but does not understand how to get started. Continue reading
Can you believe that “unfriend” has been named the word of the year by the New Oxford American Dictionary? What does it mean anyway?
Recently, I had the opportunity to use the facility for the first time. I hope I do not have that “opportunity” again for a … Continue reading