REAL OILFIELD WIVES 5 Ways to Make and Save a Little Cash
How many of you are stay-at-home moms? How many of you raised your hand only to realize no one could actually see you? (Heh) Well, this one is for all of you SAH moms (and everyone else!) looking to... Posted on 4/25/13 at 1:30 PM
STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Spider Lies on Facebook
I am terribly afraid of spiders, so I was a bit squeamish about debunking a few of the false spider-related posts on Facebook.
I Used to be an Adventurer Like You
Until I Took a Spider to the Butt
One... Posted on 4/23/13 at 7:49 PM
THIS WOMAN WRITES "Overwhelmed" Is Not the New Normal
Lately I've been wandering through various food, family, and homeschooling Facebook and blog sites, and the word "overwhelmed," is showing up entirely too much. Like this:
"I am homeschooling a fiv... Posted on 3/19/13 at 3:58 PM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND 900 Facebook Friends and Counting
I rarely look at my own Facebook wall (or timeline or whatever Zuckerbergs minions are calling it today). Why would I? Think about it; I have already lived whatever it is that is posted there, and I w... Posted on 1/29/13 at 9:30 AM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Bridgehunter's Chronicles now LinkedIn flickr
In the last few days, you have probably seen a couple articles being revised and cleaned up and some changes in the way the Chronicles is being presented in itself. It is no secret that the online c... Posted on 9/4/12 at 8:20 AM
Facebook is simplifying its privacy controls.
The changes come amid complaints about recently announced features, including “instant personalization” that tailors other websites to users’ Facebook profiles. Protesters have been organizing campaigns to quit Facebook and privacy groups have complained to regulators.
Four U.S. senators want Facebook to make it easier for its more than 400 million users to protect their privacy as the website develops new outlets to share personal information.
It marked the second time in three days that Schumer has expressed his misgivings about a series of changes that Facebook announced last week. The new features are designed to unlock more of the data that the online hangout has accumulated about people during its six-year history.
By Michael Liedtke, The Associated Press
, April 28, 2010
From tweeting to friending, local school officials are adding social media lingo to their vocabulary.
However, while sites such as Twitter and Facebook may be effective for school districts to communicate to the public, it can open up new issues and potential problems.
By Kelly Smith , Forum Communications Co.
, December 21, 2009
Facebook has created a dual-class stock structure designed to give founder Mark Zuckerberg and other existing shareholders control over the company.
The social network said Tuesday it had no plans to go public “at this time.”
Is there an ungrateful teenager living in your house?
Lisa Butler feels your pain. She started a Facebook group called UTIMH (Ungrateful Teenager In My House).
“Here’s my Christmas list,” is how Butler describes the typical teenager’s response to the approach of the holidays.
By Beth J. Harpaz, The Associated Press
, November 18, 2009
Maxi Sopo was living the dream of a fugitive abroad, kicking back on the beaches of Cancun by day, partying in the clubs by night.
Then he did two things that are never a good idea when you’re on the run from authorities: He started posting Facebook updates about how much fun he was having — and added a former Justice Department official to his list of friends.
By Gene Johnson, The Associated Press
, October 14, 2009
Jim German moved out of state almost 20 years ago, but when he wanted information about flooding in North Dakota, he found little on the national news.
German, who graduated from Oakes (N.D.) High School in 1990, browsed the Web sites of some North Dakota TV news stations from his home in eastern Georgia. When that information wasn’t enough, he navigated to other sites as well.
When Kevin Tobosa got word Thursday that a friend needed help building a sandbag dike, he immediately posted a status update on his Facebook page: “Heading to 2825 Lilac Lane in North Fargo — needs to be raised another 2 feet.”
Tens of thousands of Facebook users are protesting new policies that they say grant the social-networking site the ability to control their information forever, even after they cancel their accounts.
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