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How to: Post a Blank Status Message in Facebook & Google+…


An awesome trick  for Facebook & Google+ to post blank status updates….

 

Follow the below steps to see how it works .:

1. Go to Facebook.com or Plus.Google.com and Sign In.

2. After you Sign In, click in the blank area to write the status update.

3. Now simply hold Alt and type 0173 and then release the button and click on post update (Facebook) Share (Google+).

4. That’s it now you will see your status with just your name and a like / comment and share option.

5. So now you can also comment on your status by again Holding Alt and typing0173.

Now simply post some blank status updates and comment on your friends status really amazing and enjoy!

P.S: if you like this please share this with all your friends.

 

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Gmail storage actually does have a bottom – So much for, “never delete an e-mail again.”


What Happens When You Run Out of Storage Space in Gmail?

Pic "Mike Monteiro"

It turns out that Gmail storage actually does have a bottom. Just ask Mike Monteiro, the most recent person to break Gmail’s usage cap.

So much for, “never delete an e-mail again.” When Gmail first launched in 2004, its massive storage space (then 1GB) was a highly touted feature. Over time, the amount of space made available to users has grown — by our count, it looks like standard Gmail and Google Apps users have about 7.3GB at their disposal today. However, users also now send larger e-mail attachments and archive more messages. Still, for non-corporate e-mail users, racking up more than 7GB in e-mail archives is a pretty impressive feat.

A few years ago, when some users first started to hit the ceiling for Gmail storage space, Google rolled out the ability to buy more storage. Nonetheless, it’s a problem Google doesn’t expect many users to ever encounter.

Tip for Google remove that “Who needs to delete when you have so much storage?!” line from the Gmail Trash folder.

How close are you, I am at 15%  let me know in the comments your “score” !
[via Daring Fireball]  & Mashable

[img credit: Mike Monteiro]

Facebook The Movie “The Social Network” Full-length Trailer Hits the Web


“The Social Network” – the film about the early days of Facebook. The producers are obviously using social media and sites like Youtube, Facebook and Twitter to hype this film months in advance and really build the online buzz. We’d expect nothing less from a film about a social network!

The new trailer, which you can see above, actually includes some scenes from the film. The last two teasers have only given us a basic glimpse. It features much of the same dialog, but this time with the visual context.

A mere six years and 500 million friends later, Mark Zuckerberg is the youngest billionaire in history, but for this entrepreneur, success leads to both personal and legal complications.

Eisenberg will play Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg; Timberlake will play Sean Parker, the Napster co-founder who became Facebook’s founding president; and Andrew Garfield will play Eduardo Saverin, the Facebook co-founder who fell out with Zuckerberg over money.

I think that it’s pretty brilliant.

For those of you unfamiliar with the premise, the film is loosely based on the book The Accidental Billionaires and it chronicles the foundation and rise of Facebook.

Although the film is about the early days of the social network, that doesn’t preclude the discussion of privacy and ownership. Sony’s campaign for the film is subtly drawing parallels between the issues facing Facebook today and the fictionalized account of its start. We think that’s a smart way to kickstart discussion around the movie itself.

As an aside, we also have to give huge props for the music choice in this trailer. It’s a cover of Radiohead’s “Creep” by the Belgium girls choir Scala.

Are you going to see the film when it hits theaters this October?

What do you think about the trailer?

Let us know!

Join with Ontraz to start your own Home Business part / full time


1. Join ontraz.ie and also join ontraz.co.uk to
start earning cash at home with ontraz

2. Invite all your friends and start your own
Free cash home business –
to earn more send 2 invite emails 1 for ontraz.ie
and 1 for ontraz.co.uk to all your friendsUse ontraz to buy & Sell your Goods

3. You will have 2 earning groups one in
ontraz.ie and the other in ontraz.co.uk

4. The more friends you invite the bigger your
group and payments will be

5. Use your earnings to advertise but also use
it to receive your monthly cash payments.

Now is the best time to start your part/full time home business, there is no catch or cost for you ! spend 10 mins every day and send a special invite email “Earn Cash, Invite a Friend” its a tab on the ontraz sites to 6 of your friends and check your referals section in My Ontraz you can see if they did join for you all you will need to have is 10 and you are on your way to success

Ireland ontraz website:

UK & Nth Ireland ontraz website:

We are on Facebook onTraz and Start your home Business.

FaceBook Like, Connect with your friends on your favorite websites.Learn more & Understand your privacy.


Like anything, anywhere

Connect with the things you care about.

Instant personalization

Your favorite sites are immediately social.

Learn more & Understand your privacy

Learn more & Understand your privacy

Learn more & Understand your privacy

Learn about the different ways you’ll see Facebook across the web

Like anything, anywhere

Look for the Facebook Like button across the web to connect with the things you care about and share them with your friends.

The Like Button

When you click the Like button, a link to that page is added to your Facebook profile and a story is shared with your friends.

Updates

That page can also keep you updated through your News Feed.

Your Friends

Find out what your friends have liked, shared, and commented on through the Activity Feed and Recommendations social plugins.

Learn about the different ways you’ll see Facebook across the web

Learn about the different ways you’ll see Facebook across the web


To learn more about the different ways you can find Facebook across the web and manage your privacy on these websites, visit facebook  Help Center.

I do hope you found this helpful. 🙂