While the definition of Phoneography slightly differs for each person, simply put, it is taking pictures with your phone. Some people take it a step further by saying Phoneography is shooting, editing, producing, and uploading multimedia content with only a smart phone or tablet. Either way, this series will help you take better pictures with … Continue reading
Most people do not carry around an actual camera with them any more. Since most cell phones come with a camera built it, it is easier and more convenient to grab your cell phone to take a picture. But it can be very disappointing when your picture turns out blurry, too dark or too light. … Continue reading
Did you know if you lost your iPhone (4s or newer), whoever finds it can ask Siri “Who does this phone belong to?” – from the lock screen? Go ahead, give it a try and see what happens….. This feature can be great, but depending on how you have your contacts set up, it could … Continue reading
Facebook announced a new feature this week called Legacy Contact. This new feature found in your security settings allows you to leave control of your account to someone upon your death who can memorialize your account for you. Facebook previously accepted requests from loved ones to have the profile of a deceased removed or memorialized. … Continue reading
Did you see a post like this going viral on Facebook recently? When you create a Facebook account you agree to Facebook’s Terms of Service. There is no reason to post or make a statement like the one above. You have already agreed to the terms of Facebook upon creating an account. If you are … Continue reading
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