Archive for the Facebook Tag


Who killed Professor Photoheim?

Adobe Photoshop came up with a great interactive way to engage fans of the product by releasing whodunnit mystery. Over the course of the week prior to Halloween, anyone can download a PSD file that gives clues as to who the culprit is. [I have tried to embed the post, but cannot with WordPress Go here for the full post.]
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Where is the Facebook Off Switch?

I am going to mention a few things. See if you can spot the trend. Jian Gomeshi Parliment attack Ice bucket challenge Rene Zellweger If you guessed that they are each a trend in themselves (especially if you are Canadian) then you are right. Though each has it’s own level of interest to everyone (from yawn to over reaction) the
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Grab that Page. Notes to Me.

I thought that this information was useful, but I could never quite find it. Hence I am posting it here really more for my own use, but you can feel free to use it too. Now on to the Show. Straight from Facebook, here is : How do I claim a Page that already exists for my business? Can I
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‘Look Up’ – A spoken word film for an online generation.

Some great thoughts about smart phones and dumb people. Social media is great, but like anything it should be used in moderation. This is especially important when it comes to our children. We need to ensure that our next generations are socially ept, not inept. This video by Gary Turk comments on this. There is a set number of days
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Halifax Metro Centre – Welcome to the 1980s

My wife and I looked forward to a great concert on the weekend. City & Colour (Dallas Green) was in town and we caught the show at the Halifax Metro Centre. Sitting about 3 rows up from the main floor, our row was roughly 25 rows from the top. As the concert got underway, many – including ourselves – pulled
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Facebook Mobile Platform Growth

The rise of smartphones and adoption by consumers is one, which has been extremely quick. Television took 30 years to reach main penetration of households. The web and desktop computer (which are hand- in hand in terms of household uptake) took around 10 years. Smartphones? Something like three years or so. Canadian smartphone ownership, according to a 2013 Google report,
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Pizza? No. Better Product. Make it Work.

  For years our family ordered pizza from a local place. I was a loyal customer. Over time however, we noticed the quality had changed. The service was still top notch, but the pizzas and donairs – well they just were not up to what we thought they used to be. We still ordered. We still believed that the next
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Expanding the textureweb Universe

  I have a lot of things that I would like to comment and blog about, but sometimes it is just not worthy of  an article. Hence I have launched a Facebook page where I will post those items rather then keep them as a link in my desktop where they inevitably get sent to the trash. I also want
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Superbowl Memes #Winning

When you have a game like we saw last night with the apparent blowout by the Broncos, coupled with the over the top hype by the media of how they were going to win, you have to expect some memes on this. Payton may be a great quarterback, but even my fav, Tom Brady can have a day where it
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F*&^% That and Y0&^$ Too!

  Social media is an open place. You can disagree with someone, or even the platform, but there is still some etiquette here. When I saw this post it really stood out as the F word is not only rarely used, it is not used at all in the stream for the past 7 years I have been on Facebook.
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