Two years ago at Christmas I received a subscription to The Sun magazine (thesunmagazine.org) And I was confounded. Neither me nor my friend has a religion affiliation unless you call sunrise hikes, evening kayaking or nighttime star-gazing a religion. Which we do, actually. Even still, it took me by surprise. Until I read The Sun.
I don’t spend much time on Facebook like I did. I go there every few weeks and look at new family photos and then exit the program. There was a time I posted photos and made comments and ‘Liked’ but not anymore. — First off, it took me a bit of time to understand but
This is my deal – there is so much to learn, so much to know, so much to share that when I find some tidbit, I just want to write about it so you can benefit from my words. One may call me a teacher, a trainer, an educator and yes – I am all
I love to take photos but was unaware of the risk involved when you take photos with your cell phone and post them online (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) Unless you go into the GPS settings and turn off the tracking option, the location of the photo you just took is visible to the public. Take a
These are the things I love about Facebook. I’m in touch with my family members, can see their photos and follow what they’re up to. Birthdays, parties, proms, vacations, awards, successes and lots of other family related stuff. After viewing this video, my happy fuzzy feeling about Facebook fizzled away. — — Your Facebook Privacy
Do you use the internet much? If you do, then Social Media Networking is another way to interact with clients, businesses, friends and consumers using the internet. Using social media networks, like LinkedIn and Facebook allows you to engage your customers in a conversation and listen to what they have to say about your business.
Trying to get into my Facebook page today and this is what I have instead: Has Facebook been hijacked? Anyone else seeing this screen? Is it doing something else to your pc as well? Bug? Virus?
A Special Touch: Last month, I was the recipient of a book titled, Home Safe by Elizabeth Berg. The book was sent to me by Random House (for free) along with 2 bags of Dove chocolates (dark and milk chocolate!). In the package was a letter telling me to enjoy the book and the chocolates.