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If you need to easily share something from your Evernote notebook, follow these simple steps and post the share link on a social network quickly and easily.
Did you know it’s possible to set a custom URL for your Facebook profile page and group pages? The process is very simple and really simplifies accessing or sharing your Facebook pages. Here’s how it works.
Each time you comment on a post in Facebook, Facebook will email you notifications when new comments are posted. Here’s how to disable those notifications.
Recently Twitter agreed to stop tracking its users if they enable the proper settings in their browsers called “Do Not Track”. Here’s how to enable them for the most common browsers.
Twitter Twitter recently announced it will support the Do Not Track (DNT) initiative by honoring requests from Twitter users who do not want their online behavior recorded. Here’s how to enable the new feature.
Pinterest is described as the next big thing in social networking. You can share photos, videos and even blog posts. Here’s a quick-tip for enabling cross posting of your Pinterest “Pins” to you Facebook Timeline.
Facebook has finally decided to do something about the disaster each of our news feeds have become. Actually, I kind of like the mess and all the unfiltered information coming in, but there might a few of you who need to be more organized. So if that’s you, read on and take a look at the change Facebook just made as it will allow you to better organize pages you like as well as your friends’ feeds.
Japanese inventors have come up with a gizmo called the SpeechJammer. It silences people. You can imagine a lot of situations where it would be handy to pack a SpeechJammer–construction sites, NASCAR races, assembly lines, war zones, droning airplanes, and droning politicians, to name the obvious. And it could be a protest control tool that every dictator must have dreamed of. …
Imagine Getting Things Done meets Livestrong.com meets…FarmVille? If you’ve been looking for a way to channel your addiction to web games toward overcoming procrastination, getting in shape, or nurturing your creativity, Mindbloom would like a word with you. Check out the review and screenshot tour inside.
It may not have been simply the fact that UC Davis Police Lt. John Pike spewed fiery pepper spray directly into the faces of passive Occupy Wall Street protesters sitting on the ground of the California campus. It was also the nonchalance with which Lt. Pike carried out his duties, more as if he were painting [...]
Wow, there was a lot going on in Tech this week! As is custom, today I’ll review the weeks most popular groovyPosts we talked about here on groovyPost! This week Google added brand or company pages its Google+ social service. The story behind this announcement comes from our Bogdan Bele. Follow the new groovyPost Google+ [...]
Google has officially opened its social platform Google+ to Google Apps Accounts including Google Apps for business, educational and the free service. Here’s how to activate the service in the Google Apps administrator console. Login to your Google Apps administrator account and visit the control panel. This can be done at: 1 http://www.google.com/a/yourdomain.com/ In the [...]
A lot of users on Facebook are anxiously awaiting its new Timeline feature. It’s being rolled out slowly to users. If you don’t want to wait, here’s how you can enable it today. First go to the Facebook Timeline developer page. Then click Allow when it asks to access your basic information. On the next [...]