We look to the Internet for news, socializing, shopping, research and more. From HTML code to instant messaging, we'll break down what's really going on whenever you log on, send an e-mail, visit a popular Web site or post to a blog.
Since its 2006 launch, the social media site has become a common tool by which people and businesses connect and share information. For those yet to try it, fear not; use this guide to get started down the Twitter road.
Facebook has over 750 million active users who, on average, share over 30 billion pieces of content per month. It's fun -- and useful -- because so many people and so much information are there. So, how can you get started using Facebook?
Video calling still seems like the stuff of science fiction, but, thanks to technologies like Skype, it's becoming more practical in the real world. So, what's this Skype thing, and how do you use it?
These days, even the most curmudgeonly soul has a Facebook page, but not every user knows the ins and outs of its features. Take uploading photos, for example. How savvy are you when it comes to sharing pictures with friends and family?
Pictures are the heart of Facebook, so knowing how to organize and edit them skillfully can only make your social media experience better, right? Get some handy tips on editing pictures on Facebook in this article.
Facebook fan pages are like anything else on the Internet: easy to do fast and dirty, and more complicated and time-consuming to do right. How can you make a great page to represent your brand, band or other personal mission?
With all the Internet spying going on out there, it seems like it would be easy to know who's viewing your Facebook profile. Lots of apps promise they can, but can they really?
You've just snapped some masterful photographs with your cell phone and are raring to share them with friends and family on Facebook. Don't know how? This article will guide you.
Playing and sharing music in Facebook takes social networking beyond what words alone can express.
Add style and personality to your Twitter page by customizing your background. Your visitors will thank you.
Although Facebook and Twitter serve different social networking functions, the two sites overlap when it comes to sharing. How can you link the both accounts together?
It's easy to get addicted to a game, and that's certainly true of social games on Facebook. But are they safe to play? And how can you delete them when you're bored with them?
Your friends can know exactly where you are and what you're doing when you use the Facebook Places feature. But how does it work and what should you watch out for?
Facebook can be a fantastic marketing tool for your business. But what's the best way to set up and manage a Facebook Business page?
Scheduling a party or event with e-mail or online invitations may be easy, but Facebook has way more features to enhance the process.
If you shop online, you've probably heard of Groupon -- that is, if you haven't used it already. It's been called the fastest-growing company in history, but how does it work?
Apple claims that when you browse the Web on your iPad, you hold the Internet in your hands. How can you optimize your online time with this popular tablet?
Getting constant status updates from Facebook friends can be fun -- or frightful. When your virtual pals' posts are no longer amusing, what are your options?
Protecting your personal information online is not easy, but tweaking your Facebook preferences can give you greater control over your social network visibility.
Anyone can open a Twitter account, but what does it take to command an audience in 140 characters or less?
Trying to post repeat information to all your social networks can be a drag. If you have a message you want to broadcast widely, is there a way to do it easily?
Sometimes, your Facebook Friends list simply gets out of control. How do you determine who makes the cut? Don't stress. We'll help.
Want to optimize your Twitter feed by following the right people? We'll help you sort and prioritize your list.
Twitter might seem like an exercise in (entertaining) brevity, but even it can get out of control. What are the best ways to tame your feed?
Most of us understand that the Internet only has the information that we provide it: "Think before you click" is a common warning for all users. But for a site like Facebook, that can get complicated. Does Facebook share your personal information?