Some tools to help with Social Media Postings
What is it and how to protect yourself from ransonware.
Technology in the nonprofit space is often under resourced, NetSquared is a fantastic way for NFPs to come together to talk about their organisations and discuss with others about the roadblocks and the solutions. Join a local NetSquared MeetUp group in your area.
Vine is a microblogging website that allows people to upload six second videos. A simple tool that’s available on Android and iPhones.
When your ISP doesn’t meet up to their own promises, what do you do? Spintel claim to be changing the way I connect, that’s about the only thing they got right when they decided to increase the monlty charge and lower the download limit. I changed the way I connect by going to another ISP. I’m paying more to them, but I’m paying for a great service.
Wearing another piece of technology that may help improve not just your fitness but your sleeping patterns is the latest in wearables. I’ve bought myself an Up wrist band and its measuring a whole range of daily activities.
There’s a watch on my wrist. It buzzes to alert me its time for my next appointment, or to show me a new tweet or an email. It’s all part of the new world where ‘wearables’ are becoming the fashion.
The media says that experts declare that Facebook is Dead and Buried! Not quite what we said the experts respond. A story of research around some teenagers in England leads journalists to declare that a study of Europe shows that Facebook is doomed by not checking their facts and making things up! But relax, Facebook is here to stay, it’s the 2nd moste visited website in the world.
You can easily cover your tracks on the Internet using a Tor Browser.
Using technology to help track and monitor sharks in Australia waters, but it still has it’s drawbacks.