With the constant rush to always find and post about the next big adventure to keep up with those around us, we risk devaluing and forgetting the past, as well as accidentally archiving our own precious memories. Are you following the mass exodus overseas or to the coast to make the most of the summer … Continue reading Don’t forget your memories this summer
Last night the users of a social network were once again separated from the content they'd created and the conversations they'd had, after another outage restricted access to the site. The #FacebookDown hashtag spread across other social networks after users were subjected to the second Facebook outage within a few weeks. It wasn't an overwhelmingly long … Continue reading Second #FacebookDown Outage In Recent Weeks – Is Your Data Safe?
At the end of last week some Facebook users were unable to log in to the social network, instead encountering the following error message: It didn't appear to be a complete outage, as the issue only affected some users. However, as Facebook is increasingly used as an online ID to log in to more and … Continue reading Facebook Outages – Can You Access Your Content In An Emergency?
Photo sharing site Instagram experienced a period of downtime over the weekend that manifested itself by the app being in a perpetual period of loading the feed, but to no avail. Somewhat predictably, users vented their cynicism and ire on other social platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, the latter of course being the owner … Continue reading Instagram Outage – How To Download And View Your Photos Offline
One of the problems inherent with social networks is also the one of the biggest reasons that we use them - because other people use these networks. The likes of Facebook, Instagram, Google+ and the others wouldn't be half as much fun if you couldn't connect and converse with other users, or if there was no one else to like … Continue reading Lessons To Be Learned From Turkey’s Twitter Shutdown