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Be Web Smart – new website

Be Web Smart – new website

I recently launched my new website, Be Web Smart. I mentioned my plan a few months ago and the idea is now a reality! If you have come to this page from a search engine after searching for things like “parental controls for iPod”, “ipod parental controls on youtube”, “windows live family safety” or “Facebook notifications” – please check out the new site! It has all that you are looking for and more. Continue reading

More Facebook Changes – Timeline replacing Profiles

More Facebook Changes – Timeline replacing Profiles

Just when I was getting ready to update you on Facebook notifications, word came that the  Facebook Timeline was launching.  First announced in October and then delayed for a few months, the Timeline is basically the new name for a user’s profile page.  It is the page you see when you click on someone’s name … Continue reading

Keep your Facebook profile off search engines

Keep your Facebook profile off search engines

Have you Google’d yourself lately? (Or Bing’d yourself? Or Yahoo’d yourself? Why do these terms sound a little dirty?) If you have, you might have seen that one of the top results is your Facebook profile. You can prevent that from happening if you want to make it a little bit harder for people to … Continue reading

Facebook new features explained

Since I don’t have time to write about these new features myself, I’ve scoured the web for some resources created by people who do have the time!  Here are two I recommend. If you have 10 minutes to spare, this video is helpful.  And I like his Aussie accent. Another great resource, not just for … Continue reading

Facebook Tip – status updates from a mobile device

Just as I was about to start posting more information about the recent Facebook updates like Lists and Notifications, today they launched another major change. So now the News Feed on the home page looks and functions completely differently with Top Stories, and a “ticker” on the right side.  It has caused a minor uproar … Continue reading