I think mobile apps are the best thing since sliced bread.  They make life so much easier by offering convenient ways to get organized, take great photos, manage your finances, or just kill some time playing games.  But they can also be sneaky little thieves, collecting your personal information without your knowledge and using it for who-knows-what.Read More →

Did you know that out of a possible 5000 allowed friends on your personal Facebook page, only about 12% of them will ever see your status updates?  Currently, the social network’s algorithm is designed for you to see the updates of friends you interact with the most, or updates that get a lot of ‘Likes’ or comments.  So now Facebook is trying to change that – but it’s gonna cost you.Read More →

  So how smart are you exactly?  You might think you know a lot about the internet, social media, and technology in general, but are you ready to put that knowledge to the test?  Webpercent.com is here to let you know where you might need a little more help.  It was developed by Brian Wright, and I had the chance to chat with him for this week’s post: Interview with Brian Wright of WebPercent.com Once you’ve finished listening to the interview, head on over to the site to test your knowledge!Read More →