Hi there. Welcome to the Net Savoir corner of the world. If you’re new around here, I recommend reading this so you know what it’s all about. Enjoy! Ange.Read more "Welcome to Net Savoir"
Originally posted on Tanya Ashworth:
I met Lovely Husband near the end of the last century. When we first moved in together, I brought my desktop computer to his analogue home, and we installed it in the far corner of an upstairs study. If I had an essay to finish, I’d take myself up to…
I have an HTC desire and I really do love it. Well, mostly. I love everything about my phone except the lack of space in phone storage. I had hoped Froyo would end my misery, by allowing me to move apps to the SD card, but it’s only helped a small amount. There’s just not […]Read more "It’s Shit Like This, Android"
I’m very happy to share with you a French translation of my Facebook Privacy manual (the English version I mentioned here and is available on MakeUseOf here). The French Facebook Privacy Manual is available care of Flavien Chantrel, Anne-Laure Raffestin and Le Blog du Modérateur on Scribd. Many thanks to Anne-Laure for co-ordinating this translation […]Read more "Le manuel de la vie privée sur Facebook en Français!"
Right, time for a rant. Something which has slowly grown to annoy me is the number of websites which will change my language settings simply because they have managed to work out where I am sitting right now. In short, what I’d like to say to all webmasters who do this is “STOP IT!” For […]Read more "Location-Based Language Settings = Traveller Nightmare"
My MakeUseOf Manual on Facebook Privacy has been released! Download “The (Very) Unofficial Facebook Privacy Manual” from MakeUseOf for free. Or if you’re a Scribd user, have a read of “The (Very) Unofficial Facebook Privacy Manual” on Scribd. “This handy guide outlines everything you could ever want to know about locking down your privacy on […]Read more "The (Very) Unofficial Facebook Privacy Manual – Download Free from MakeUseOf.com!"
After a little ranting about the state of the internet in France, it occurred to me that English-speakers online need to try just a little bit harder to make life easier for non-English speakers. I came up with a short list of ideas for things we can all do to help non-English speakers online: Get […]Read more "Internet for non-English speakers"
I just thought I should let you all know that I’ve started writing for MakeUseOf, covering fairly similar topics to the things I write here. To collect my writing back into one place, I’ve made a Facebook Fan Page to collect all my best professional writing, including my work at MakeUseOf, NetSavoir, writings at Vegemite […]Read more "Facebook Fan Page and @Netsavoir Twitter"