Synchronizing online accounts

Having all of your social networks intertwined this way makes it easier on you to manage your posts. Most platforms allow cross posting now. That is you post on one and it will let you post on your other accounts via a link.

Its annoying to have to maintain content on several platforms. Its also annoying to have your Facebook timeline flooded with double posts and things that don’t have to be there.  Continue reading

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Day 23: How to make a social networking button

You can easily make your own buttons and code it in to your blog. Since i am on wordpress, Java script is a no-no. So this post outlines how to put up social networking buttons in HTML friendly language. The same process applies to stitching in a regular linked button as well!

Pantone Colour of the Year Social Media Icons set featured above by Isa Seminaga is available for free at her website. Its a nice sleek minimalist set, and I would have used them but honey suckle and tangerine are a few shades different from Bueno default pink. Continue reading

Instagram in a nutshell

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30 DOC Day1: Make an instagram

To facilitate sharing photos my main task was to set up an Instagram account. I it did a little earlier but havent posted about it until now. I know this isn’t exactly a friday theme, but I had no ideas what to do with “Friday”. Maybe Rebecca Black is hipster?

Instagram

Instagram is a service/social networking site now owned by Facebook. Its kind of like twitter but with photos. You can take a photo and do some minor editing (adding a color filter with an optional frame & one of two blurs). It’s very simple. Just sign up, load the app into your iPhone or Android, and snap away! The commenting system allows you to #tag and point or comment to a @person’s user name. There are artists that post their #sketches, #art, #drawings and other sorts of topics you can think of.

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English: A collage of an image modified with 16 different Instagram filters (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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