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When you upload videos to YouTube, inputting the same upload settings again and again can be annoying. If you always make your videos private, choose a specific ‘Creative Commons Attribution’, include similar tags, or categories you can save yourself time by setting up default settings so you don’t have to feel like a broken record.
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Yesterday Facebook launched new roles based permissions and scheduling functionality for Facebook fan pages.
Page administrators will now be able to determine the level of access of other admins. There are five roles including Manager, Content Creator, Moderator, Advertiser and Insights Analyst.
The Manager holds the most permissions including the ability to control admin roles, with the lowest permissions available to the Insight Analyst which only gives the user the ability to view Facebook Insights. Remember the default settings give all admins Manager permissions.
In February, Stanford researcher Jonathan Mayer discovered that Google had bypassed a key Safari browser privacy setting in order to install tracking cookies. By hiding a “web form” within an online ad, Google circumvented Safari’s default settings and violated users’ right to privacy. If the Safari user clicked the +1 button in the ad, Google [...]
iOS (Jailbroken): iMessage is a great way to send videos and photos, but if you want to send anything else you’re out of luck with the default settings. Attacher is a simple Cydia tweak that adds the function to send any file type or memo directly through iMessage. More »
Most HDTVs ship with default settings that are meant to look good in store showrooms, but more often than not, the default presets don’t take into account how the TV will look in your home, how far away from it you’ll sit, or what the normal lighting in your room will be like when you fire up a new movie or watch the big game. The result: A less-than-perfect picture from the device you spent hundreds of dollars on and spend hours in front of. Thankfully, with the right tools calibrating an HDTV to your viewing style is easy, and you can do it in less than a half-hour. More »