It’s still important to keep your social media pages and accounts on various websites as protected as possible. For those who are very much Internet-savvy, the entirety of this list may not apply to you. For everyone else, here are 3 password protection tips designed to benefit you.
As someone who is in the middle of the second season of “Orange is the New Black,” I have been avoiding any and all spoilers. It’s easy for key points to be unveiled, before you even arrive at them, on the Internet and that’s when your enjoyment of any program dwindles. The Internet is practically a hotbed for spoilers but, to most viewers, it should not matter.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could simply get rid of spoilers altogether? In fact, is it possible that you can filter these sorts of details so that you can enjoy a TV show, movie, or what have you without the risk of them being spoiled?
If you are a Chrome user, the answer to these pleas may have very well been answered.
Have you ever watched a TV show or a movie with someone and the two of you start adding your own commentary, even if it’s at the expense of losing focus on the form of media in front of you? It seems like this matter of thinking has bled into the Internet; more specifically, social media. Is it possible that social media can play into television in the same way?
Even though Twitter’s definition of an “active” user is clear enough, I’m not too sure how this is going to fare in the long run. Keep in mind that it is because of constant engagement that users will be more inclined to tweet and socialize with others. This is the case for just about any social networking site.
Here is my monthly, running tally of how many people are using some of the top social media, services and mobile apps updated for July 2014 (the best I could find, at least).
This month, I updated a number of listings including Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Twitter, LinkedIn, WeChat, WhatsApp, Evernote, Dropbox, Prezi, Line and many others. I also added over 80 new listings this time around.
We, as a society, find ourselves preserving the greatest moments of our lives through various means. Some would like to take pictures of a child’s college graduation while others could be more inclined to record videos of little Billy scoring the winning goal during his soccer game. What about the first moments that we have spent in the world of social media?