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Group-deal and flash-sale sites such as Groupon, LivingSocial, and Rue La La promise restaurant meals, brand-name goods, and great services at deep discounts. Here's how to use these sites to your advantage.
Ever wish that only certain friends could see your status? Or that you could hide an update from a select few people? Facebook makes it possible, if you know where to look.
If you're sick of e-mail notifications every time someone comments on a wall post after you do, here's a simple way to turn them off.
Free service Seesmic Web makes it a snap to access your Facebook, Twitter, and other accounts on a single page, with no annoying software to install.
Facebook outage?! But, but, but...how will you tell the world what you're thinking and feeling and snacking on? Have no fear: Here's a survival guide.
Twitter's Web interface doesn't provide an option to print, so here are several ways to archive your tweets.
Facebook is rolling out a cool new feature that lets you pull down everything you put up on the site--and then some.
Facebook’s new Places feature lets you share your whereabouts with all your friends. Here’s how it works on a smartphone or PC.
While it's true scammers tried to make hay off the Official Facebook Dislike Button, don't let that deter you from getting the genuine article.
Want to "discuss" a Web page with friends or co-workers? Free Web app Bounce makes it a snap to add comments to that page and then share it with others.
Here's how to make YouTube videos play smoothly, see image previews in Craigslist, and troubleshoot mysterious IE8 crashes.