A couple months back, we wrote about a huge update for Facebook profiles called Timeline. It was first able to be accessed by developers in September, and was set for public release on October 4th. But October 4th has long passed and we have yet to see the timeline update, but that’s about to change.
Google. The most popular website out according to Alexa, which is not a surprise. Most people use Google’s search engine on a regular basis, you may have even found this website by Google. But Google is becoming much more then just a search engine like it was in it’s early stages. The company has branched out to many different technologies that we use in our everyday life, and many like myself believe that Google is gaining to much power.
Within the past few weeks, we have seen a lot of minor updates on Facebook. 81% of people claimed to have disliked the update, so the thought of a new larger update sounds like anything but a good thing. The upcoming Timeline feature will affect all of Facebook’s 750 million users. Whether you think it is a good idea or not, you will have one for yourself. Read on to find out what the Facebook Timeline is, and what it will be used for.
Google Plus is Google’s very own social networking site. A few months back, people were able to invite you into the closed beta. Now, times have changed, and you’re able to join for yourself.
Farmville. The name will ring a bell to a lot of people. Whether you’ve seen posts about it on Facebook, gotten Farmville requests on your Facebook wall, or maybe you’re even one of the 37 million people that play the game monthly, you’ve probably heard about it at least once. But now, the developers have created something much more then just a Facebook game.
Fanboys. They’re everywhere, infecting the internet. Sometimes it’s extremely obvious when someone’s a fanboy, and sometimes it’s not. You, yourself may be some type of fanboy, and you might not know why. Read on. If you’re doing one of these five things, you look like a fanboy of some sort.
Did you know there are people that win over $80,000 a year by entering contests? Something as simple as filling out a form, an action that would take a mere 3 minutes, could win you something you’ve always wanted, but have never been able to get? In this post, I will be teaching you how to start entering online contests, and hopefully teaching you how to win something nice. Here are five things you should do to start
Today I changed a lot of stuff around on the website, and I misspelled one of my hyperlinks. I was emailed by one of Techpopper’s visitors today saying they were taken to a 404 error page. Not being computer savvy, they were confused on why this happened. I am making this list today for you to reference to incase you ever come across one of these errors. I will also try to make this basic as this can get real techy, but I want everyone to be able to understand it. If I forget an important one please let me know.
I wanted to make this blog understandable by everyone, even the complete computer newbie. I understand that some of the computer terms I use in this blog may not be understood by some of TechPopper’s readers, so I decided to make a full list of computer terms. If you can’t understand a word I use an article, refer to this list. If a word isn’t mentioned on here, you can always post a question about it in a comment, or by emailing me at email@example.com. Anyway, let’s begin.
1. Play Games
There is an endless amount of games on the internet. Playing games on your computer is a great way to pass time.
2. Type Documents
If there is something you need to type, whether it be a letter, an article, or even just a shopping list, it can be done on a computer quickly and easily.
3. Listen To Music
If a song is out, you can find it on the internet and listen to it on your computer, even while you’re offline. I recommend iTunes for managing your songs. Continue reading 25 Things You Can Do On A Computer