Facebook is continually changing, and so are you and your needs for that matter. Relationships and friends change, as do interests, so the way you personally use Facebook is going to continue to change. The following is a revisit at the privacy settings in Facebook and what you can do to keep your account safe for the way you are currently using it.
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We know you’ve got at least a little bit of geek in you because you’re reading our tech blog. How about turning back the clock and learning how far we’ve come with technology? Here are 7 wonderful (and free!) documentaries we’ve personally selected on the history of computing. They’re all available to download and/or watch online.
Twitter allows you to save up to 25 saved searches to your account, but you may have a hard time finding the “remove saved search” option. It’s not difficult to do, it’s just kind of hidden away where many users may not look. Here’s what to do.
There are plenty of git site that you can use to store your projects, but if you prefer to setup and host your own git server, here is how you can do so.
Most of you will have heard of VPN, but do you understand the various protocols behind it? Find out the differences between PPTP, L2TP/IPSec, SSTP and OpenVPN Connection
Do you have plenty of online accounts and find it hard to manage? Cloudkafe is a service that allows you to access all your cloud accounts from a single location.
Be the envy of all your geekiest friends by using command-line programs to access your favorite sites and online tools. In the first part of this series, we will show you how to update your status on Facebook and Twitter via the command line. Let’s go!
Programmers and geeks are the new rockstars of the digital age and everyone wants to learn programming to code up the best iPhone game ever. Today, we’ve compiled a list of resources that allow you to learn programming for free.
You probably have seen both HTTP and HTTPS appearing in the url and are wondering what they are. In this article, we explain the differences between HTTP and HTTPS and what you should look out for in a supposedly secure site.
I’m sure you’ve probably had this issue before: you write a tweet and it’s way over 140 characters and you’re wondering how to shorten it. Sure you can abbreviate words and use short hand, but this takes time – extra time that you may not have at the moment. Here’s a quick solution.