If you no longer want or use your Facebook account, click here to learn how to deactivate or delete your profile! Continue reading
If you’re synced to Facebook through your phone, by default, Facebook Contacts includes phone numbers imported from your mobile phone. Fortunately, we have a couple of ways you can opt out of this intrusive feature. Continue reading
This tasty tip is about Tastebuds.fm – a dating site designed to get people talking about their musical tastes as a method to make lasting love matches! Continue reading
If you have created a Google Plus profile, you should learn how to use circles and customize the sharing options and visibility of a post, photo, video or link. Controlling the privacy features is really important, if you don’t want to share everything with everyone. Continue reading
Are you ready to bring the entire social networking experience into iTunes? Their social network, Ping, lets you share your musical tastes with family and friends, keep tabs on your favorite artists, and much more! Continue reading
Addiction to Twitter is the new-age phenomenon plaguing Internet users these days. Are you one of them? This handy questionnaire will confirm if you really are. Continue reading
Here are some more features of Google Plus – a brand new social networking site from Google which was released a couple of weeks ago. Learn how to use huddles, Instant uploads and Sparks in this article. Continue reading
Google has recently launched a brand new social network called Google plus. Google Plus has a lot of unique features e.g Circles, hangouts, huddles, sparks and its definitely more cleaner than Facebook and other social sites. Continue reading
Facebook has recently launched a questions feature which allows you to ask questions to all or specific Facebook friends of your choice. Facebook Questions is designed in such a way that you can get answers from any Facebook user, without having to ask the same question to each of your friends separately. Continue reading
Have you ever had something you were waiting for? Maybe you’ve been waiting for a package, promotion, trip, or event? Well, now you don’t have to wait alone! Continue reading
Do you use Facebook? If so, I have a nifty treat for you. Intel brings you the Museum of Me – an interesting way to explore the archive of your online social life. Continue reading
Learn how you can keep your Facebook friends organized by making friends lists! Keep family in one, friends and co-workers in another! It’s easy! Continue reading
If you’re a Skype user, you may have recently noticed something called EasyBits GO running on your system. If you’d like to learn more about it, or if you’d like to learn one way to get rid of it, this tip is for you. Continue reading
Clay from Lexington, NC asks:
I just bought a headset microphone and I am trying to use it with Skype, but I am not having any luck. I have gone to Control Panel, speech, audio and set that up no luck; opened accessibility then sound recorder which works but when I go back to Skype, still no
Tweet-tweet-tweet-tweet! Don’t worry, we haven’t gone cuckoo here at Worldstart…yet. This snappy little tip is going to show you how to get your life back from a tweet hungry twitter account.
“But we’ll lose followers if we don’t keep updating our status throughout the day!” Never fear, there are simpler ways to keep a steady flow of tweets other than constantly
Because I hate talking on the phone, most of my communication with my friends tends to go on over IM. One thing that I’ve noticed, though, is that most IM default sounds are barely audible. And, since I’m not usually sitting at my computer, I can’t hear the default sounds. So I’ve changed all of my sounds to louder, more easily audible sounds, and here’s how
Now you don’t see it… now you do.
The FDA has approved a technological first to combat the leading cause of blindness in elderly people: a tiny telescope implanted in one eye.
Nearly 2 million Americans have advanced macular degeneration, an incurable eye disease
It looks like YouTube has started rolling out their new homepage features. These experimental changes add more real-time functionality, such as the ability to delete videos simply by putting your mouse pointer over it and clicking the “x”, and placing recent likes and favorites right on your homepage, so you can find them easily later on.
There’s more, too, but it’s much better if I just… Continue reading
I recently discovered Spokeo, an online reference that contains more personal information than most people would probably like to see gathered in one place. Spokeo describes themselves as, “Not your grandma’s phone book”. I’ll say. The information available for free includes address, phone number, street view of your home (if available), estimated income (we found this estimation to be way off), estimated value of your home (again, not very… Continue reading