Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Moderators must be straight-forward, he can make decisions on what individuals are supposed to see; they also delete unwanted blogs, fix URLs and do lots of editing plus deleting unnecessary threads. He protects the public from unwanted content by using good judgment!
Monday, June 4, 2012
"Freedom of Speech" Everyone has the ability to speak their mind without limitation. Yet, this has been questioned many times in different ways. In social media, freedom of speech is a widely accepted convenience wherein conversations are often not be restricted (or monitored)..Read More
Sunday, June 3, 2012
FACEBOOK ACCOUNT MODERATION Internet Business | By: Wendy Angela (06/03/12) Nowadays, people are living in the world of technology. There are invented tools present to assist people in solving problems for themselves; making their way of communication more accessible which grants them share their interests and pieces of information. People today commonly communicate by posting comments or blogs on their favorite sites or sending text messages from their mobile phones. Read More
Sunday, May 27, 2012
Among other murmurings of a Facebook smartphone, The New York Times reports the company is hoping to release the handset by next year.Interesting how the very week Google became a hardware maker with the closing of its acquisition of Motorola Mobility, there's talk of another Internet giant doing the same.Read More..
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Yahoo's search group attempts to take control of its destiny by launching its own browser. Surprise: It's good.Yahoo is announcing tonight that it's getting into the browser business with its new Axis browser. There are versions for iPad and iPhone, and plug-ins for the desktop browsers Chrome, Firefox, IE, and Safari. The design goal, according to Ethan Batraski, head of product for the Search Innovation Group at Yahoo, is to eliminate the middle step in the usual Web search process: Enter a query, see the results, go to a page. With Axis, you're supposed to be able to go directly from query to page, skipping the step of surfing a sea of links. Read More..
Google is using a clever Domain Name System hack to let people infected with the DNSChanger malware know that they have only a few weeks left before their Internet connection goes dead.Google is about to begin an ambitious project to notify some half a million people that their computers are infected with the DNSChanger malware. Read More..