IMPORTANT: In 2011 viruses were distributed globally that forced computers to use a network of DNS servers run by a malicious organisation going by the name of Rove Digital. Although the organisation and its infrastructure was taken down by law enforcement authorities, the DNS system they set up had to be temporarily replaced with a … Continue reading
Last week Websense and Facebook announced a partnership in order to protect users from malicious links in the popular social media site. But Facebook have a pretty good page dedicated to security issues of all sorts. Websense Partnership: Firstly, I’ll cover this new enterprise. This looks like an excellent deal. Obviously the end user should … Continue reading
Ok, If you want activate Timeline then read the reference at the bottom. But it’s convoluted and you’d be better off waiting until next week (5th October). This requires Developer status which, unlike Apple, is entirely free but a bit weird. But what will you get with Facebook Timeline??? Read on…
So we have a new Facebook Profile coming soon. The styling has people split, coming rapidly on the news feed changes which although unpopular aren’t quite enough to force people off the service. But I thought I’d trial the new profiles, called Timelines and see what’s what.
Curious how things change and yet stay the same. According to Facebook the Subscribe feature is just a natural extension of a ‘hidden’ feature that was already there. But are Facebook making the service too complicated to understand, let alone manage?