Category Archives: On The Internet

13 tips for Craigslist sellers: use some common sense!

Craigslist sellers take advantage of a great worldwide classified ads site that doesn’t cost them a penny.  Yet many of these sellers make things so frustrating for buyers, that many buyers pass up items due to the wonky terms some … Continue reading

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Facebook: Clear Your Invite History

Security and privacy alert:  a friend of mine had an issue with his Facebook account.  He thought he may have been hacked, but he also could have been victim to the recent rash of malware, click-jacking and scams that have … Continue reading

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Will Facebook Ever Do Anything Against Scammers, Spammers and Click-Jackers?

In the past two or three months, I have witnessed an exponential increase in the number of scam posts, phony videos, fake offers, etc. hitting the walls of my friends and my news feed.  In my case, having been online … Continue reading

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XenForo: The Future of Forum Software

Is Facebook killing forums?  That was an essay topic on the Admin Zone forums.  My opinion is that forums have survived the onslaught of all sorts of “threats” over the years, which turned out to be minor blips on the … Continue reading

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Demystifying Facebook Privacy (Part 1)

Facebook is not only a social phenomenon, it is also one of the most successful companies in the world.  Founded in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg in a college dorm room, Facebook has proven to be immensely popular, 400 million members … Continue reading

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