Lauren Rothlisberger of GetMeGeeky.com posted this on her blog on October 17th . I know it’s not about iPads, but lots of us also have iPhones. This is a really valuable tip! I never knew about this even though the buttons have been there all along…
Today, 27 August 2013, I had the honor and pleasure of speaking with the Tryon Civitan Club about social media – where we are and how to make it work. Below are links to some sites I referred to and a copy of my notes.
Wolfram Alpha (www.wolframalpha.com) :
Wolfram|Alpha introduces a fundamentally new way to get knowledge and answers—
not by searching the web, but by doing dynamic computations based on a vast collection of built-in data, algorithms, and methods.
This is the page with the Facebook analysis: http://www.wolframalpha.com/facebook/
Infographic about Coffee from MarketPlaceMaven.com: http://www.marketplacemaven.com/blog/small-business-marketing/social-media-101/infographic-social-media-explained-with-coffee
Here are a couple of references to the Campfire story:
- http://blog.hootsuite.com/social-media-storytelling-2/ – especially the TED lecture link near the bottom of the page. If you haven’t yet discovered TED.com, I highly recommend it no matter where your interests lie. it is full of “ideas worth spreading” on hundreds of topics.
A Beginner’s Guide to Facebook Page Insights: http://mashable.com/2010/09/03/facebook-insights-guide/
This Brain Part Decides What Goes Viral on Social Media from Mashable.com.
This is a downloadable .PDF with my outline for the presentation today. Social Media for Tryon Civitan 8-27-13
For those of us who travel – even around town – with our iPads in hand, there are always concerns about the security of our information. Here is an excellent article about steps you can take to protect your information and identity.
Below you’ll find a link to the Slides for the October 5,12, and 19 classes. These will remind you of the things we discussed. These are updated from previous courses.
You will need Adobe Reader to view these presentations. If you need to download it, go to Adobe Reader.
You can set up restrictions, like Parental Controls, on many features of your iPad. If a restriction is set, a password is required to access the settings or to disable controls. Learn more here:
I can't believe how much the world of iPad apps changes every month! Below you'll find a link to the Slides for the September 7, 2012 class. Hope this answers your questions and provides a reminder of the things we talked about.
Here is the link to the Corning “A Day Made of Glass” video. This is to remind you that you are pioneers for an amazing future!