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Have Your Facebook Profile in Book Format

Since last month, users Facebook can download all the data they have sent to the social network. This includes photos, notes, posts and anything else that is on your profile. There’s not much you can do after you download this file, since no service knows how to separate what is what in the middle of all that Facebook puts into it. But a website aims to capture this data every month and do something a little different with him. Continue reading Have Your Facebook Profile in Book Format

Check the Facebook Messenger for Firefox

Last week, Mozilla announced that it would soon begin testing with its Social API, an interface that allows integration of direct social networks in Firefox. Today the company released a new beta version of the browser and said that this has integrated API. As expected, it has its own implementation of Facebook Messenger for API test case. And Mozilla really wants you to help us test. Continue reading Check the Facebook Messenger for Firefox

Exodus: Application Invite All Your Facebook Friends to Google+

The Google + completed two weeks of life, but this short time was enough to involve the name of the new social network in some controversies involving Facebook. By my count, at least two applications for Facebook were blocked just because import promised his friends to Google+ . Behold, today I discovered a third, which uses a different method but has the same ultimate goal. Continue reading Exodus: Application Invite All Your Facebook Friends to Google+

Meet the Email From Facebook, Which “is Not an E-mail”

This rumor comes from some time: the Facebook would be working on an email system that would work to Google, since it would come as a major competitor to Gmail. The story, however, is another: the social network announced this week a central messages that you want to unify e-mail, SMS and chat made ​​from the website. Continue reading Meet the Email From Facebook, Which “is Not an E-mail”

Church Universal Receives Tithes Via Facebook

Technology in the service of religion. The Universal Church of the Kingdom of God (UCKG) opens on Monday (27) an application for Facebook for the sole purpose of making life easier for faithful – from now easier to donate a tenth, a tenth of what that you receive in the month, according to the precepts of religion. Netizens can do it directly from the profile of the UCKG in the social network Mark Zuckerberg. Continue reading Church Universal Receives Tithes Via Facebook

Join Tecnogrupo, the New TB Discussion Group on Facebook

Many of you already knew the discussion group that our site had on Facebook. We launched it in December 2013 and in no time he hit more than 10 000 members! The crowd was always very participatory there and of course time or another had to deal with trolls, haters and all that riffraff that the technology we already are accustomed to do, right?

We do not have much patience with trolls here in TB. If you ‘re messing up the discussion with extremist arguments and disrespecting little friend, we boot out of the room, even. For the good of the community.

It was one of those who, a few months ago, our editor Paul Higa was nervousar and decided to change the status of the group to Secret. With this level of privacy, no one else can access the said, not with the url at hand. But he only found out then that with this number of members, it was not possible to reduce the level of privacy later.

In short, closed, okay sealed. A hug!

The logic of Facebook until it makes sense: if I go into a group that is secret, it’s because I do not want anyone knowing the things I read or post. So, how is my privacy if the moderator solve open the group after a while?

The bullshit is that in a secret group, only enter who are invited directly by an admin. And then our inbox was getting a little crowded with requests “hey, add me in the group of TB?”.

Anyway, to let the fairest thing we decided to do a migration. The former group stopped accepting new posts and will continue only there for those who want to see your history. The new group already is in the air and set to private – anyone can access and request participation, but only members can read and publish posts.

So bora migrate to Tecnogrupo?