With some one billion and a half users, Facebook is likely the social medium of your choice. There are so many features in Facebook, it pays to learn how to use many of them. Take for instance, editing your ad preference. Believe it or not, you can help decide what sort of advertising you’ll see when your logged in. After all, if you have to endure ads, they might as well be something that interests you, right? An article in Time Magazine from Ash Reed offers “11 Facebook Tips, Tricks and Facts You Probably Don’t Already Know”. This is a bookmark you want to keep … http://time.com/4233770/facebook-tips-tricks/
What else? This week, Facebook gave you more options to “Like” with emoticons that better match how you feel about what you’re responding to. If you friend just lost their family pet, instead of Liking their notice, you can use another of the icons available. Just touch and hold the Like button to get a popup of others to choose from. USA Today has an article about the new addition … http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/news/2016/02/24/facebook-reactions-launch/80803468/
From the time it was created to the present, graphene has held promise because of its chemical makeup. Graphene is an atomic-scale honeycomb lattice made of carbon atoms in the form of a two-dimensional, atomic-scale, honey-comb lattice in which one atom forms each vertex. Because of that, it is stronger than steel. It can also hold an electrical charge. BBC Click’s Kate Russell looks at some of the latest battery technology at Mobile World Congress which includes the use of graphene … http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03ksdkj
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