You’ll need to take the usual precautions. Don’t open a pdf, or any other file for that matter, that’s sent to you unless you trust the source and you are sure that the person sending it is who they claim to be. More
The article (link below) asserts that the latest Facebook changes implemented on September 20 are for the good. I’ve heard nothing but howls of dismay from page owners whose pages no longer get seen by a large number of their followers. So I disagree with the article’s basic premise and this is why: More
Facebook has decreased the reach of pages. We’ve been monitoring this for the past couple of weeks, and there’s been a definite reduction in organic reach and virality of new posts on Facebook pages. More
One of the hardest things to do is come up with a suitable business name. More
A couple of days ago I received an email entitled “What were we thinking?” from Smugmug; they had made a major faux pas in a blog posting. The mail from Chris MacAskill, Smugmug’s president and co-founder, apologized for their mistake.
To see how they handled the situation with transparency, honesty and a little humor follow the link to Smugmug’s blog where they published a copy of the email sent to all their customers.
I think there are a couple of obvious and valuable lessons here…
While Europe lags behind the US in Cloud based solution adoption, Asia and Latin America lead the way. The driver? Not only cost savings, but standardization.
In cloud computing moves, money isn’t everything — Cloud Computing News.
On Tuesday we saw reports of the results of the US government’s monitoring of social media: BBC – Caution on Twitter urged as tourists barred from US. There’s no denying that Big Brother is watching you.
And today we see reports of Anonymous’ ability to monitor US/UK government agencies: BBC – Anonymous gain access to FBI and Scotland Yard hacking call
We should be concerned – in both cases.
This is to see what MS Embedded text looks like (Word document)