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How To : Block ads in Google Chrome

In this video from MegaByteTV we learn how to block ads on a web page using the Google Chrome browser. If you see an ad on a website, click the icon which is actually a shortcut to a JavaScript code. It will then block the flash on a JavaScript website. Automatically all of th ...more

News : Google+ Makes Blocking People Even Easier

+Eric Cattell, the Social Graph Technical Lead of Google+, announced a lot of improvements and added features this morning, most of them having to do with circle management and blocking people. Invite People More Easily You can now invite people with just a single link, in a ...more

How To : Block all Flash in the Google Chrome browser

With the advent of HTML5 standard, Adobe Flash is becoming less of a necessity – which, depending on your own personal views, might be a very good thing indeed. Interested in seeing what a Flashless web looks like (and don't have an iPhone or iPad)? This home-computing how-to ...more

How To : Know If Someone Is Blocking You on Google Talk

I can certainly say that I don't like be ignored, and you're probably right there with me on that. Also, if you're like me, you don't like being blocked on an instant messenger, either. There's something about being shafted like that that can really cramp your style. Now, the ...more

How To : Unblock Facebook at school with Google

This video will show you an interesting trick which you can use to access Facebook or other web pages on a school server or other place where Facebook is normally blocked with the help of Google. You will need to first go to the Google homepage and find the button at the top o ...more

How To : Reverse Check a Phone Number

Prank Calls, Masked NumbersWho is calling your phone or your child's? Pranksters use a lot of tricks to make sure they can get on your nerves. Being able to trace prank calls is important because you're not going to learn much from your Caller ID, since most prank callers use ...more

Protect Your Facebook Profile : 10 Ways to Increase Privacy

Don't want one of your Facebook "friends" knowing your status updates? Prefer to keep a few of those "friends" out of your photo albums? Would you like to prevent a few "friends" from accessing your address? The simple answer would be to remove all of those so-called friends— ...more

How To : Use a proxy with Firefox to hide your IP address

The video shows us how to use a proxy server with Firefox to hide your IP address. you can actually use this to avoid the hacking and various things that are blocking you from websites. Firefox is one of the easiest way to do this and for doing this you need to Google search t ...more

How To : Solve the Rubik's Cube faster with shortcuts

As the best-selling toy of all time, the odds of you once playing with a Rubik's Cube are pretty high. And if you're like me, or even the cube's inventor Erno Rubik, your first attempts likely ended in futility. Every twist, every turn, the cube just gets more and more mixed u ...more

How To : Deal With Annoying People on Google+ & Facebook

Both Google+ and Facebook are competing for your time and space, and your commitment to one social network. To make their spaces more attractive to you, they've both made it easier for you to deal with people you don't like or don't care for. Ignore People on Google+ In Goog ...more

How To : Disable pop-ups in Google Chrome

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to disable pop-ups in Google Chrome. This task is very fast, simple and easy to do. On your desktop, begin by right-clicking the Google Chrome icon and select Properties. Click on the Shortcut tab and in Target, add "-disable-popup-blo ...more

News : Google+ Pro Tips Weekly Round Up: Refining Sharing

One of the primary goals of a social network is for you to share what you find interesting with your followers and friends, but on Google+, sharing has so many layers that it can be confusing for most people to really take advantage of it properly. Some of the tools in place t ...more

Google+ Pro Tips Round Up : Week 8

It's been an eventful week for Google+. Facebook decided to up its game and start rolling out several major updates intended to address privacy concerns. We got a glimpse into the future of Google+ via an insightful discussion between +Bradley Horowitz and +Tim O'Reilly. And G ...more

News : Google+ Pro Tips Weekly Round Up: Google+ Is Google

"Google+ is dead." How many times have you read that in the past few weeks? It seems like I can't get away from this notion that Google+, as a social network, is a total failure. Don't feel too sorry for them, though. +Bradley Horowitz isn't worried. In an interview with Ventu ...more

News : The Google+ Song - Break.com Original

Wondering what all the fuss about Google+ is about? This music video, directed by +Andy Signore, has +Ashley Pitman singing to the tune of "Another One Bites the Dust" from Queen, explaining all the great features, from circles to blocking and muting. Love the way they show + ...more

Google+ Pro Tips Round Up : Week 6

We're ending the week with a lot of big announcements and updates. To date, Google+ has updated its name policy, but is still forbidding pseudonyms. Blocking people on Google+ became even easier, and yesterday, games on Google+ launched. Google+ Name Policy Changes Google+ h ...more

News : F.A.T. Lab (Free Art and Technology)

F.A.T. Lab (Free Art and Technology) is a network of artists, engineers, scientists, lawyers, and musicians dedicated to the research and development of new technologies and creative media. They are "committed to supporting open values and the public domain through the use of ...more

How To : Bypass Facebook's privacy and Like to See settings

Tired of clicking on interesting looking links in Facebook, only to discover that they are hidden behind a page you have to 'Like' before you can see? If you're surfing using Google Chrome, you can completely bypass this privacy setting. When you get to the page, go to the men ...more

How To : Bypass a blocked site with a proxy

Different ways of using a proxy bypass to access blocks sites is shown with ease in this video. Many places explained to be blocked with internet security such as libraries and schools. Using a search engine such as Google you need to search for a proxy site. After a proxy sit ...more

How To : Get onto MySpace at school when it's blocked

The video provides you two easy ways to get onto MySpace at school. There is no need to install anything at all. If you have a Windows operation system, open a command prompt window and just ping MySpace. Then copy and paste the IP addresses you found directly into your browse ...more

How To : Use a proxy to to view MySpace at school

In this tutorial the author shows how to use a proxy at your school and get on the blocked site like MySpace etc. Now he points to the Dot.tk website and how to access it from Google.com. Now if you want to access any website you just need to copy the link and paste it into th ...more

How To : Access MySpace and Facebook at school

The author shows how to bypass SurfControl and access blocked websites at school. He shows how to open the OperaMini website from Google and to access the demo of OperaMini in that website. Now in that demo we can key in the website address and easily access the website from t ...more

How To : Get on a site that's been blocked by your employer

Don’t you just hate it when you try to go on a website while you’re at work—and find out your boss has blocked it? Here’s how to thwart The Man. With these tips, you'll be able to check your facebook or myspace at work (or whatever sites your employer may be blocked). All you ...more

How To : Deal with Waiting for a Google+ Feature

Google+ is the greatest social network to emerge since Facebook annoyed everyone into joining, but that doesn't necessarily mean that our relationship with it is all rosy. Although Google+ has amazing innovations, like hangouts and circles, users are spending a lot of time beg ...more

How To : Things to Do on WonderHowTo (04/04 - 04/10)

WonderHowTo is made up of niche communities called Worlds. If you've yet to join one (or create your own), get a taste below of what's going on in the community. Check in every Wednesday for a roundup of new activities and projects. Thanks to all of our active moderators and ...more

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