Monday, 18 October 2010

Delete my Facebook Account Right Now

Delete my Facebook Account Right Now: Facebook though is a platform to connect with people, it can also be a platform where disturbance in terms of harassment with irrelevant post is done and if you think deleting your Facebook account is the only solution, and then you have chosen the right article.

Enough of the endless extraneous Facebook post, countless friends requests from unknown individuals and intrusion of privacy by unwanted friends. Here is the basic steps to follow in order to delete your account

You can choose to deactivate the account or totally remove it, when an account is deactivated, you can still reactivate it by logging in but if totally removed, then you cannot retrieve it again.


  • Login to the account
  • Select the option menu button or down arrow
  • Select setup
  • Select general settings
  • Select security
  • Select deactivate my account

Delete my Facebook Account Right Now
And it's done. Remember if you want to access this same account, you have to go through the normal login again using your email or phone number and password, your friends, posts and messages will be restored.


Login to the account
Select the option menu button or down arrow
Select setup
Select general account settings

Click on delete account.

A message of confirmation will show, select yes and it’s done
Do not try to login into this account for nothing less than 90 days, if you do, Facebook will automatically restore your account because they naturally don't want you to go. You can now live your life without bothering on who's checking your profile or what has being posted on Facebook.

I hoped this article has helped you delete your Facebook account or deactivate it. Remember to quickly login again in case you have a change of mind.

Sunday, 3 October 2010

How to Permanently Hide The Facebook Page Posts That Your Friends Share

How to Permanently Hide The Facebook Page Posts That Your Friends Share: Facebook pages can be very informative and they can be very annoying too. You have to weed out the bad ones and a good Facebook page can quickly, and very easily, turn into a bad one. 

On a personal level, you can simply unfollow a page and you no longer have to look at the rage inducing or mind numbing content it shares but what do you do if your friends share it? You can unfollow a friend but then all their activity, the stuff you might want to keep up with, will stop appearing in your feed. The answer is to block the annoying pages they share content from and you’ll never have to look at it again. Here’s how.

This will take a little time because you have to block the annoying pages individually but if you work on it for a few days, blocking pages each time you scan your news feed, you will have a much cleaner news feed in a week or two. To block an annoying page, wait for one of your friends to share something from it.

Click the small arrow button next to the post and scroll down until you see the Hide all from [Page Name] option. Click it and you will no longer see posts from that page no matter which friend shares it. No matter how often content from the blocked page is shared by any one of your friends, it will never appear in your news feed. If you visit a friend’s profile page though, it will still be visible there.

How to Permanently Hide The Facebook Page Posts That Your Friends Share

You can do this from the mobile apps as well. The option is located in the same drop-down menu though it isn’t always visible until you expand the menu by tapping More options. One week of blocking should de-clutter your news feed for the rest of the year. It’s a little time consuming but worth it in the long run.

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Top 6 Myths and Truths about Dermal Fillers

Top 6 Myths and Truths about Dermal Fillers : Below are the 6 myths and truths about dermal fillers you should be conscious of... Let's get started!!!

Myth 1 - Lip filler injections can result in a “trout pout”.

As a cosmetic doctor it is not unusual to hear “I don’t want to end up looking like Leslie Ash!” from many of my patients. “The Curse of Leslie Ash” is that it has given dermal fillers a very bad name. Many people have now been put off lip filler injections.Many stars such as Jessica Simpson and Pete Burns have over treated their lips so that they look like caricatures and this has not helped matters either. If you attend an experienced practitioner who understands that “less is more” then subtle lip enhancement procedures are possible.

Top 6 Myths and Truths about Dermal Fillers

Myth 2 - Cheek injections can result in a “pillow face”.

It is true that over correction with too much filler can result in an overly plumped out face. Carla Bruni, Madonna and Lindsay Lohan have been papped by the press with excessive cheek volume and an overly inflated appearance. It is important to keep a sense of proportion and not to over do it. However when these treatments are carried out by a properly trained practitioner with an astute eye this should not be the case. It is best to under treat and add more product at a later date rather than create a false fat looking face.

Myth number 3

Permanent fillers are better and more cost effective rather than having to return for treatment every 6-12 months.

‘Permanent fillers cause permanent problems”. As we age our facial structure changes with gravity and volume loss. A permanent filler injected in your 40’s may not look the same when you are in your 60’s. Therefore it is very important to ask your practitioner which product they plan to use in your face. It often surprises me how many people attend my clinic and have no idea which products have been injected in their faces in the past. Temporary products containing hyaluronic acid e.g. Restylane or Juvederm and semi-permanent products e.g. Radiesse are gold standard products. Do not be tempted by permanent fillers.

Myth number 4 - Dermal filler injections are painful. 

Many products now contain lidocaine an anaesthetic to ensure your comfort during your treatment.
In addition, newer techniques using cannulae which are needles without a sharp tip minimise discomfort. Another benefit of cannulae injections is reduced risk of bruising and downtime.

Myth number 5 - “My friends will all know that I have had dermal filler injections”

Dermal fillers when injected correctly should not be visible on the surface. It is important that your cosmetic doctor, dermatologist or plastic surgeon understands the 3D concept when injecting dermal fillers to ensure a natural result.

Myth number 6 - Dermal filler injections are not reversible. 

If you do not like the results achieved with your dermal filler treatment, rest assured. If you have had a treatment with hyaluronic acid e.g. Restylane and Juvederm hyaluronidase can dissolve your filler.

Do your research on your practitioner and dermal filler product. Do not make your decision based on price alone. Do not regret messing with your looks!

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How Can I Turn Off Public WiFi On Facebook?

How Can I Turn Off Public WiFi On Facebook? - Facebook seems to be on course to turning into Big Brother. It has a new feature that tells you when public Wifi networks are available and where.

A notification tells you when a public network is available ‘nearby’, and asks you to enable the WiFi feature to find and connect to it. In order to show you these public networks, Facebook asks to use your location even when you aren’t using the app.

It will send you notifications whenever a public network is nearby. The way the notification appears, an unsuspecting user will simply tap ahead and give it all the permission it needs because free WiFi. If you’ve already done that, here’s how you can turn off Facebook WiFi and why you shouldn’t even use it.

Turn Off Facebook WiFi

Open the Facebook app. Tap the hamburger tab. Scroll down and tap ‘Settings’. In the menu that appears, select ‘Account Settings’. On the ‘Account Settings’ screen, tap ‘Location’.

On the Location Settings screen, tap ‘Find Wi-Fi’, and disable it.

You should also revoke the app’s location permissions that allow it to access your location even when you aren’t using the app. This is an iOS setting. It doesn’t apply to Android. On your iOS device, open the Settings app. Go to Privacy>Location. Select Facebook from the list of apps, and change its permission to ‘While using’.

Why Facebook WiFi Is A Bad Idea

The public networks that Facebook WiFi claims are ‘nearby’ are too far for you to connect to from your present location. I’d have to drive 5.8km to get to the nearest one. This is baiting users in the worst way possible. A network that’s 5.8km away shouldn’t really count as a ‘nearby’ network when I’m already connected to a secure private network. Sure some might actually be close to you but how close is close?

 How Can I Turn Off Public WiFi On Facebook?

Second, connecting to public WiFi networks is generally discouraged because it’s a security risk. That’s not to say all public networks are bad but you should still exercise caution. This new ‘feature’ is doing little more than encouraging users to be reckless.

The notification just pops up with all your other notifications as though this is something you’ve already subscribed to. What’s worse is that the app doesn’t even caution you about public WiFi networks and their trustworthiness.

Not All Public WiFi Networks

Of course not all public WiFi networks are the same but that really isn’t the point here. How likely is the average user to know which network is safe and which isn’t. Most commercial establishments have public WiFi but how many of them are safe? You might know for a fact that the public network at your favorite coffee shop is safe but can the same be said for other networks that Facebook tells you are available? Do you have an app on your phone that gives you rating for the networks because Facebook doesn’t.

Again, exercise caution.