With the trouble and lack of privacy Facebook has served its millions of dedicated users, many are ready to wash their hands of the social networking platform (might as well go ahead and delete messenger and WhatsApp as well).
But, how do you go about that? How do you erase yourself from Facebook?
You can do it the hard way, and start deleting EVERYTHING (photos, posts, etc) manually, one by one…but depending how long you have been on the app, could take a while. Or a week, month, etc.
Follow step one, and download your data beforehand.
I hope the link below can get you started.
With the recent news of Facebook leaking personal data to Cambridge Analytics, people should become more aware of what they could unintentionally share to the world (at a nice profit to many), and take steps to protect it.
There are tons of software that can do the job of hiding, and/or wiping your data from your PC, tablet or phone, perhaps making it safe. There is free software available, such as Avast! or Clean Master, but has limited options, compared to purchased or subscribed versions. In addition to having this software, the best practice is to learn to wipe your personal data from your machine yourself as frequently as possible.
Who says you can’t go home again? Went back to the word processor that started it all for me…WORD 2002. Been using a combination of both it and Open Office for years, but I hesitantly re-installed WORD again this afternoon, because I was having trouble working with some images on a new coloring page.
Open Office has a complete suite of productivity software (Open Office Writer, Open Office Calc, Open Office Impress among others)…but still can’t quite get the hang of just Writer. It takes a while to get used to the different language and layout of Open Office if you’ve been using Microsoft Office for awhile, but I would recommend Open Office to anyone looking for a great, free productivity suite.
I will say it does have a nice “convert to PDF” feature that I really like and will continue to use.
One of the cons for WORD 2002, is that Microsoft stopped supporting it many moon shapes ago…so, I’m stuck in 2002 again.
Ebooks are the future for both authors and readers. The reading part is easy…but for the author to get the Ebook into the reader’s hand, is another story (pardon the pun). I’m new to publishing, and certainly new to Ebooks.
If you have the software and familiar with HTML, formatting, etc…you can turn any of your WORD documents into Ebooks. I have the software…but I’m yet to turn out a readable Ebook. Hope these tips will help you and me both.