Recently we published an article about the social network Tsu paying its users to post. Should social networks pay you to use their service?
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The Internet isn’t free, as much as you like it to be. This article examines 3 of the best online resources where you can learn about Internet censorship.
If you are a Tumblr user, you have to check out this browser extension called XKit which can makes Tumblr blogging easier and more efficient.
Ello is a private social network that describes itself as “Simple, beautiful, and ad-free.” Is it really as good as it claims? Let’s check it out.
Facebook makes money from the content you created, and you were not paid a single cent. Tsu pays you for posting on the platform and invite your friends to the network. Let’s check it out.
Ever since Facebook purchased Instagram, Twitter stop embedding Instagram photos in your tweet stream. Here is how you can bypass the limitation.
Where do you go for help with your technology questions? Do you go through a more traditional means or do you take advantage of more recent options?
If you are looking for royalty free music to include your videos, this list of awesome websites contain music resources where can use for free and legally.
In yet another effort to reinvent email, Google has unveiled Inbox that aims to streamline your email management via its gen-next features. Let check it out.
YouTube has added for videos to stream at 60 frames per second as opposed to its usual 30. Is this something we should be excited about?
The default settings of Google Play Music in a web browser make uses of Adobe Flash. Alternatively, you can switch it over to run on HTML5. Here’s how you can enable HTML5 playback in Google Play Music.
You should never let your resume sit stale. Both Creddle and Jobrary are simple to use, and give you a professional overview of your skills and experience.
Do you want to watch videos online with friends in real-time? Here are some applications that exist for this purpose. Let’s check them out.
Do you think you can stay anonymous in the Internet? A simple script called Tinfoleak can let anyone gather your personal details from Twitter. Let’s check it out.
While there are a number of services that help you schedule posts in Facebook and Twitter, Postfity is a new one that works right inside your browser.
Report claims that Whisper, an app lets you share your secrets anonymously, tracks the locations of its users, and shares user data with the US government.
Facebook scammers love to turn the misfortune of others into an opportunity to make a quick buck. Here are some of the techniques they use.
If you really want to be anonymous on the web, here are a few things you got to know and also learn a couple of tenets.