Why should I Use Twitter?
About 90% of my friends currently use Facebook. This might see like an obvious fact, but out of those 250 friends, maybe 10 use twitter. That is a fact that I find really interesting. I thought that it might be that here in Arizona, most people just don’t use it. I like to think that […]
Yum! Fresh Microsoft Fanboys straight out of the oven!
Wow! Reading the Engadget blog today regarding an update to the Motorola Cliq (which my wife has, and likes I might add), I saw some comments that were extremely pro Microsoft.
Friendship Pages in Facebook
Facebook has created a new feature, where it allows you to see the relationship of any two people. And by this, I mean you can see how 2 people interacted. They call this Friendship Pages. You might have seen this around recently, when someone comments on another persons post, you will see a new option next to the Like button that says Friendship Page. This little feature is really cool, and can be manipulated to see any of your friends! Read on to see how!
Kik Messenger Review – Chat like its 1999…
Very cool! A friend of mine introduced me to a great program called Kik. It allows you to chat across all smartphone platforms, quickly and easily, without having to jump through any hoops. It totally reminds me of the glory days of chat, where Msn or Yahoo or AOL were our social networks… I have never installed a chat […]
Limewire Died, Now What?
So… Limewire is dead. Now what? Well believe it or not, there are a surprising number of resources out there to fuel your music drug habit. Some are for all intents and purposes, complete clones of limewire, and others require a little bit more work. Either way, it means free music for you. Now, here’s the kicker. I don’t advocate the use of these sites and programs to steal copyrighted material. Sure, it’s there, but that doesn’t mean you have to take it. Ok, so, read on for some great programs that will get your iPod rocking!
How to setup Google Voicemail on Android Phones
I have many friends now with android phones, and this is great! And because of this, I have recommended Google Voicemail more than anything! Its a great service, that allows you to listen to your voice mails anywhere, whether on your computer, or another phone, or on your Droid. Now, since the Droid is a Google phone, you would think that Google Voicemail would automatically integrate with the droid, but unfortunately, that is not the case. Like everything else on the droid, you need to install the Google Voice app. Make sure that before you do this, set up a google voicemail account at voice.google.com Keep reading for a walkthrough on how to set up your phone with Google Voicemail.
How to prepare yourself for data loss
A few weeks ago, I accidentally completely deleted my portable hard drive. Let me tell you, I keep EVERYTHING on this drive. From all my pictures, to my programs to my books, its all there. And let me tell you, I don’t create backups. Like everyone else, I believe that data loss cant affect me. […]
How to Hack Facebook, Twitter, or Gmail
Hacking someones Facebook or Twitter accounts is not hard, thanks to Facebook and Twitter. Why is this? Because Facebook and Twitter have a GIANT hole in them. It’s called cookies! When you login to Facebook, a little file is created that allows you to remain logged in, so you’re not constantly logging in again. The thing is that little file has to constantly be checked by facebook. Which means that if you have the right program, you can intercept that file. Now, here is the limitation. You have to be on the same WIFI as the other person. So this will work on dorms, and in library’s, but if your in a different location (or different network), it wont work. Read on to see how its done:
Minecraft, I see the light
A few weeks ago, I read a blog post about a game called minecraft. It didnt really have a point, you just walk around a randomly generated world, and are able to lay down blocks, of different types.
Got the droid? Then listen up! It’s Antivirus Time!
So, you finally purchased a droid based phone! Congratulations! You just moved to the world of portable personal computing! You will be able to do things on your phone, that you weren’t able to do on your computer 10 years ago! But, with great power, comes great viruses.