In the latest update to Instagram, users are now finally able to upload multiple photos and or videos (up to ten) into one post, this is called carousel. Let’s look at the good. Not only can this help streamline your … Continue reading Your Guide to Instagram Carousel
There have been countless users of YouTube complaining since last week about the new integration of Google+ within the site. I suppose that many users do not understand that this only making the site better and certainly adding more of a community aspect. Yes, people should be held accountable for the things that they post online — just as you are held accountable for the things that you say and do in reality. The new comment system is not bad it is just an incremental change that happens in tech. People learn to accept change and move on. I was … Continue reading YouTube Comments have changed, now get over it!
With our data being pinched at by every company under the sun, many just assume that there is no such thing as privacy on the internet anymore. Is this over-generalized statement true? Yes and no. There is privacy to be had online, the key to obtaining it is to not use the web or interact on social media. That means no Twitter, Facebook or Instagram for you. Not only can you not use social media, how would you like to stop using cloud services such as Dropbox or your favorite and arguably the best email service, GMail. If you fret … Continue reading Is Online Privacy a Thing of the Past?
HootSuite for Android is an unbelievable Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Foursquare account management tool. This particular client has a seamless UI that is very natural and easy on the eyes of the user. When compared to other “do it all” clients such as Seesmic or Tweetdeck, just to name a few; HootSuite definitely has them beat. Why? Unlike Seesmic, HootSuite has to advertisement window that is consistently in the view of the user. In addition, loading of tweets and Facebook status updates can lag. On the other hand, when it comes to TweetDeck, an app that should be removed from … Continue reading HootSuite: Social Media Management for Android
Mark Zuckerburg has become known for having a fantastic IPO from Facebook. However, since the initial public offering of the company the price of shares are declining. What does this say about the company? Surely investors are confused at the state of the stock at this point. We have seen the worth of Zuckerburg go from $16 billion to $14 billion. Although this is more than any normal human will probably posses in a lifetime; drops like this will certainly raise eyebrows. Bottom line: No one knows the future of Facebook. As for now, we know this company to contain … Continue reading Facebook stock going down?
Yes, it is official. Facebook will be acquiring Instagram for $1 billion and this is causing quite the alarm for technologists. Facebook has been under fire for seemingly forever regarding it’s privacy issues and how they actually use the data that we give them. Now, this raises the question: “Will Facebook buying Instagram have a negative effect on the users of the Instagram service? Will their privacy be in question? How will Facebook use the data and pictures that are posted via this service? Facebook has responded by saying that they will leave Instagram as it is and since this … Continue reading Facebook buys Instagram for $1Billion
It is 2012 and for some reason people still insist on killing trees. How is it possible for a media centric society that believes that everything should be at their fingertips continue to use paper? Print items that are slowly fading away: Encyclopedias Traditional Office Forms Applications Books Newspapers Magazines As a society, we need to accept that paper has lost the prominence it once had; besides there are so many issues surrounding paper: Loss of integrity (getting ripped, soiled, etc.) Not secure (anyone can sign a document for someone — electronic links can be embedded with users email addresses … Continue reading Death of Print Media