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Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Exercises for Better Sex Moves


Exercises for Better Sex Moves


Did you recognize that exercise will cause higher sex? consultants say those who are mentally and physically match are a lot of seemingly to own sensible sex lives.
Women who exercise have increased levels of want and an enhanced ability to realize orgasm for larger sexual satisfaction.
For a natural boost pretty much as good as Viagra, the yank Council on Exercise (ACE), recommends twenty to half-hour of moderate exertion daily.
Studies show that regular moderate exercise will have a positive profit on major sexual issues, like ED in men and low libido in each men and girls.
It looks logical, that exercise would be thus useful to your sex life. Aerobic activity improves your body’s ability to pump and flow into blood all through whole body, thereby enhancing the blood flow to the genitals.
  • Exercise helps to market the body’s unleash of hormones vital for sexual arousal. You’ll feel within the mood for love a lot of frequently.
  • Exercise boosts self-image. once you just like the approach that you simply look, you are feeling higher regarding having sex.
  • Exercise can assist you to induce stronger. With added strength and stamina; you'll feel a lot of like partaking in sex.
  • Exercise helps you to maneuver a lot of fluidly. Learn to maneuver sort of a dancer and for stimulation and enhancement of your sexual expertise.

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Want a Better Sex Life?


Want a Better Sex Life?



Even if you have devoted your life to a spiritual practice in which the vow of celibacy is taken, or you are unable to have it for whatever reason - you have likely thought about it, have had it, endured it or mastered it in the past or are practicing it in the present. It has been referred to as being “known” (Bible), intercourse and reproduction (high school education classes - between those of the opposite), intimate relations (therapy), consensual insertion (Oxford Handbook of Forensic Medicine), screwing (Merriam-Webster) and “doing the nasty” (Urban dictionary). It is one of those rare things that is a verb as well as a noun; “it” is Sex. And it is profound.
Our preoccupation with sex starts at an early age with the natural exploration of our genitals, and stays with many until the day they die. Sex is such an integral part of our being, even if we don’t participate in its myriad forms directly It is all around us, and within us. Our identities – the way we view ourselves and the way others view us – are fundamentally bound to sex. Sex is everywhere in many nations, openly selling every imaginable product, or proclaimed as the ultimate tempatation that we must pray hard not to be led into its evil. Curiously, the way we each view our personal time zones has a lot to do with our feelings about sex – whether those feelings be good, bad, indifferent or a combination. How so? Let’s break it down.



Past Negative: Sex Wasn’t a Good Experience
Past negative sexual experiences can lay out a long-lasting trip on our psyche. A bad sexual experience (e.g., premature ejaculation or sexual abuse or just heavy guilt about having been done at the wrong time, with the wrong person, or the wrong way) can cause some people to believe that they will by no means be good/good enough at sex or they will never be comfortable enough with themselves for it to feel good. For many when this is the case, every time they are presented with an opportunity for sexual intimacy they retreat back into themselves and maybe beat themselves up – “How can I last longer”, “How can I get being abused out of my mind?” - because they are stuck in the past negative trauma. And when they do accept the invitation for sex, or hunker down and try, try, try, some feel like service station providers while others feel they are doing dirty. They lose hope of ever having a satisfying, mutually fulfilling sexual experience.
NOTE: The authors consider rape a criminal act, not a sexual experience.
 
Present Hedonism: Let’s Do It- Now!
Sex for those who live in the moment (present hedonists) can be as exciting as it can be dangerous. Present hedonists are sensation and novelty seeking. They give fully, take fully, and make sex an all out pleasure without limits. However, when caught up in the heat of the moment, there may be little or no thought given to current safety precautions to head off future disasters. But in that moment, present hedonists are having some kind of fun! Unfortunately, there can sometimes be a hefty price to pay for that wham bam, e.g., unwantedpregnancy or sexually transmitted disease. When present hedonists get carried away or allow an addictive personality trait to run rampant, the trouble starts. Think: serial adulterer. However, we believe that selected (chosen) sexual present hedonism with someone you care about can be a total joy for each lover. It can heal wounds, strengthen bonds and reintroduce them to the spice of life.

Future Sex
Anticipating sexual experiences can be titillating as well as angst-ridden. Both guys and gals can suffer from performance anxiety. But for guys, as their goods are readily available for all to see, performance can be a particularly hard (pun intended) problem. A myriad of worries might flood the brain (“Can I get this limp thing up?”, “Can I keep it up?”, “Will I die?”) sending blood flow in the wrong direction. For some future oriented gals, they worry about self image ("Will this one nighter turn into a long-term relationship?", "Will this guy judge me?", "Will I die?") Birth control devices and generous lubricant application are a must. For others, self-talk and getting “psyched” are necessities.
And questions remain for both: Will I experience a cosmic O (when I haven’t before)? Will I give as well as receive pleasure?

Want a Better Sex Life? Focus on the Positive


For those stuck in traumatic past negative sexual experiences, know that it is behind you. Move forward and begin creating new, positive sexual experiences. If you are a rampant sexual present hedonist, rein it in, think before you leap and be more selective and thoughtful in each sexual event. And if you are sexually future negative oriented to the point of performance anxiety, take a deep breath and relax into it. Make “new time” to embrace its pleasures fully (you have earned it now with all your previous hard work and sublimation).*

In upcoming columns, we’ll address sex and time perspectives from both women’s and men’s viewpoints, and also some of the new problems facing our youth as they become sexual beings

*Visit  and take the Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory (ZTPI) to determine your time perspective profile.
To view a free 20 minute video -The River of Time; you’ll learn self-soothing techniques as well as how to let go of past negatives, work towards a brighter future, and live in a more compassionate present.
See The Time Cure: Overcoming PTSD with the New Psychology of Time Perspective Therapy (Zimbardo, Sword & Sword, 2012, Wiley Publishing); for strategies to reduce stress and improve communication, visit http://taketofun.blogspot.com andwww.lifehut.com.

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Sex Talk – For Women (Mostly)


Sex Talk – For Women (Mostly)


In Part I of our sex and time perspectives series, Want a Better Sex Life? 
we discussed the importance of time perspective in relation to human sexuality. Part II, It’s Time for Sex! 
was all about guys, sex and their time perspectives. In Part III, we’ve taken a different tact and interviewed four women of varying ages about the importance of sex in their lives. In the process we gained invaluable insight into their time perspectives and how far women have travelled on the road to sexual equality in our society - and how much farther we have to go.

The women interviewed range in age from 17 to 87, but the synopses are not in their chronological order. Two of the women are clients and the other two were kind enough to share their personal experiences. Also, due to length, the column will be in two parts. In this column we start with the youngest (client) and jump to the oldest (not a client). Next week, first up will be a young woman (client), and end with our middle ager (not a client.) Each of the women has given permission to use their stories; however their names have been changed. Also, therapy conducted with the women who are clients is not included as we were more interested in sharing their viewpoints rather than delving into their therapy. Hope you enjoy the column. Warning: it gets a little “hot”.

The Young and the Rest of Us (Present Hedonists)

Jackie is a 17 year old high school student with a 4.0 grade point average who hooked up with her older boyfriend (we’ll call him “BF”) two years ago. “I had been checking out BF for a while. He’s a hottie and everybody wanted to be with him. He has had a lot of really pretty girlfriends older than me – even older than him - so I was flattered he chose me… We had sex on the second date. I thought I would lose him if I didn’t…Sex the first time was okay…But it wasn’t anything like I read about in romance novels. A lot of my friends were having sex and I thought I might as well get it over with…And he told me that most of his other girlfriends had sex with him on the first date.” When asked if she used protection, she said, “Not the first couple of weeks; he didn’t like using anything and it happened kind of fast…I went to the free clinic and got on the pill.” Unfortunately, she was also treated for Chlamydia.
Jackie was in therapy for traumatotally unrelated to sex, but that’s what she wanted to talk about during sessions. “BF and I have sex all the time. He has his own place not too far away. He picks me up from school and we go there. Sometimes I climb out my bedroom window at night and walk to his place. Sometimes he climbs in my window when my parents are asleep; that’s when it’s exciting because we might get caught.” Jackie no longer socializes with her girlfriends since she started dating BF. “I don’t hang out with my friends anymore because I want to be with BF. I don’t like it when I see him flirt with my friends, so I hang out with BF’s friends instead.”
BF was a senior when he and Jackie got together. He has a steady job and works as an auto mechanic. Jackie is academically very bright and when queried if she plans on higher education, she said, “I don’t like thinking about going away to college. I don’t want to leave BF.” When asked if she loves BF, Jackie tilted her head, looked down and replied, “I thought I did…Then I found out he’s having sex with an old girlfriend while I’m in school. We got in an argument and I broke up with him. But we got back together later that night. When he’s not looking I check his phone; he texts her all the time. I don’t say anything anymore because I don’t want to lose him.” I asked her if she enjoys having sex. Her reply, “I like it better than before. We have it a lot – like almost every day. BF likes to watch porn and he has a lot of magazines. It makes me really uncomfortable because I don’t look like that…I try to act like the girls in the videos. I am learning a lot but it’s like I am acting. I could win an Oscar.”
Most teenagers are present hedonists and Jackie is no exception. They live for the moment without much thought of future consequences. For Jackie, sex is a means to an end. She got the guy she was after and has adapted her life around him in order to keep him. In the process, she suffers low self-esteem, does things she doesn’t want to, and has stunted plans for the future. It is also obvious that she is not in his future plans in any serioius way, other than just a lay in the hay by night and day.

At 87, Mary has had sex with one man we will call The Man (that’s how she refers to him.) They were married for 65 years; The Man recently passed away. I interviewed Mary at the assisted living facility where she lives. “I dated a lot when I was young but a good girl never went past a certain point. You know what I mean? I only dated guys in the service. This was during World War II. I thought dating them would be safe because they were always being shipped out and I wasn’t looking to get married. I wanted a career! I was sort of old – 22 – and my friends told me I was an old maid. Most of them were married and had babies. But I fell in love and got married to a career service man.”

I asked her about her sex life and was surprised at her candidly eager response. “My girl friends had given me all these sexy negligees and teddies – the panties were crotchless! I was scared to death but that man was gentle. I really liked sex! It was so much fun! But The Man had an appetite! He wanted it morning, noon and night unless he was shipped out. I got pregnant within a few months and sex wasn’t so fun for a while. We were both raised Catholic so we didn’t even use the rhythm method or any protection. In those days if you got pregnant, you just accepted it. You were going to have a baby. There was no choice. But as soon as I was feeling up to it, we were back at it. Not three times a day anymore because there was a baby, but once a day when he wasn’t overseas. And then I got pregnant, and got pregnant again. We had eight children. By the last one, I was done with sex. I was nearly 40 and thought, This is a change of life baby and I need to change my life. Enough is enough. It was fun but I didn’t want to be like other friends who had a dozen mouths to feed.”
I asked Mary how her decision to forego sex at age 40 affected her relationship with The Man and if he or she missed having sex. “Hell no! He had affairs! He had affairs when I was having all those babies and he kept it up when I said E-N-U-F-F! I knew he was out carousing – and my lady friends told me they’d see him with this one or that one. How can a man with that big an appetite not have affairs? But divorce wasn’t an option and anyway, we couldn’t get divorced because we were Catholic. It was out of the question.” And what about Mary? “I missed having sex but I figured that was a time in my life - I have good and bad memories about sex.” The bad? “Thinking about The Man with those other women. That was hard and still causes me grief. I wasn’t enough for him.” The good? “We had some kind of fun! I try to think about that more than the other.” Toward the end of the interview, Mary stated, “I wish I was born later – I wish I was young in the 1970s. I wish I had a choice. But I didn’t. Young women nowadays don’t realize the freedom they have.”
Mary’s has a combination of past negative/past positive time perspectives when it comes to her sexual life, but to her mental credit, she makes a conscious choice to think of the good old times rather than the bad.
In our next column, we’ll tune in to a young career woman with an infant and a toddler as well as a middle-aged mother of a disabled child. Hope You Join Us.

The Disconnect Between Love, Sex and Marriage


The Disconnect Between Love, Sex and Marriage.


The excerpt, 12 Rude Revelations About Sex from Alain de Botton’s book, How to Think More About Sex got a lot of play. My guess is because it really does make you think more about sex. What struck me was the light de Botton shed on the disparities between sex, love and marriage – three things that are presumed to go together, when in fact, most of the time, they do not.
It’s not that attempts haven’t been made to sort out why sex, marriage and love can be so incongruent. In my blog post here on PT, Sexless Marriages Are Surprisingly Common, I grapple with the same issues. But what came into focus for me in reading de Button’s piece was the realization that it is marriage and sexuality that are inherently at odds with one another, not marriage and sex, per se.



Let’s face it. Sex is an act, and a potentially mechanical one at that. Any two people can insert Part A into Part B. But sexuality, on the other hand, is another story entirely because it is behavior, which like other behaviors, reflect personality. In this case, a personality that is sexual in nature. But as is true with personality in all its forms, including social and professional, there is always the one we show to the world and then the truth of what really lies underneath. Rarely are they aligned. More often, they are mirror images of one another. 

When it comes to sexual personality in particular though, we are suddenly having a conversation about sharing who we are in our deepest, most personal and private space, knowing what turns us on and being able to ask for it, having the capacity to express ourselves physically, and experiencing the freedom to communicate with our bodies openly and honestly. Does that mean love is a dependent variable in this equation? No. All of these things can happen in the presence or absence of love. But, it does mean that none of it is possible for people who haven’t taken the time to figure out, get to know, accept and like who they really are, for it is only then that communication in any form can be healthy, mutual and satisfying.
Suddenly this extremely complex matter is so simple: If the person you’resleeping with doesn’t know who he or she is, chances are, neither do you. It’s no wonder then that people lose interest over time. If marriage (or any other long-term, committed relationship) serves as a mechanism for one to insulate one from him or herself, it extends to the partner, and there can be no real exchange, no human connection, sexual or otherwise. Instead, it's a trap that imprisons people.  And so of course the sex dies. It’s not interesting. It’s flat, one dimensional, boring.
At the end of day, since you can have sex without sexuality, but you can’t have sexuality without sex, it makes sense that the fun of it would fizzle for many couples who can’t and/or won’t bring themselves to the bedroom…or dining room table, kitchen counter, back seat of a car or the nearest fire escape, as it were.

Is Facebook Worthwhile or Worthless?


Is Facebook Worthwhile or Worthless?



If you’re anything like me, you find this whole Facebook saga utterly fascinating. The opinions, debates, inner conflicts and mixed emotions (Do we love it, do we hate it?) all continue to fuel a search for answers. It could turn out to be one of the greatest enigmas of our time. Here Facebook has 900 million users and we can’t figure out, let alone agree on, whether it has any value or not. And if it does, there seems to be an equal amount of confusion about what that value actually is.
Part of what makes this so interesting is the way in which Facebook evolved. Initially it was about “friends.” You know, connecting in a new way with the people whom we knew and presumably liked. Then, it changed into a weird competition where the name of the game was to collect, acquire and accumulate more “friends.” The focus was not so much on friendships anymore, as it was how manyfriends one had. How high school. Nonetheless, it wasn’t cool to have just a few, and by few, we’re talking a measly 50 to 100. Facebook spread like wildfire and the concept of “connection” quickly came to mean that human contact was no longer a necessary ingredient in relationships.

But now, in light of the recent IPO, the lens through which we contemplate Facebook has shifted again and the question of value is back on the table. This time though, it’s happening on Wall Street’s terms in hard dollars, cents…and shares. Specifically, in its lackluster debut, many are wondering how viable a business model it is.
Rita McGrath wrote a fantastic piece in Harvard Business Review that talks about how one of Facebook’s biggest challenges is going to be turning “user behavior into buyer behavior.” The problem, she explains, is that there are certain sequences that link the steps of a sale together, and that these steps are inherently missing in Facebook. She’s right.  Meanwhile, others like Zach Prochnik, an 18-year-old teenager who talks about why he quit Facebook, reflected in The New York Post how its shallow nature impacted the quality of his life. And finally, The Wall Street Journal covered the recent story that GM had decided to pull ten million dollars worth of ads noting that they hadn’t seen an impact on sales.
Some argue advertising is about impressions and that no one should expect a direct correlation between ads and sales. The assertion here being that there is a cost to brand a company, which requires constant and ongoing exposure. So say we follow that logic for a moment. The problem is that Facebook does not provide branded impressions for the advertiser. They all look the same and heck, many don’t even don the company’s name. In fact, the words don’t offer much of anything brand-wise either. Instead, they say more to persuade the customer to click than they do about the product or company. Even then, what do so many companies spend their money trying to get customers to do? That’s right. “Like us.” But liking isn’t buying and for all intents and purposes, in business terms, is worthless.
That’s not to say there aren’t advantages to creating and audience and connecting with them on Facebook. GM says they will continue to employ their online social media strategy on the network by using it as a way to communicate with their customers. But that’s a problem for Facebook. If even the advertisers opt to use it as a free service, this company will quickly become a whole new kind of not-for-profit.
Still, many experts believe the real value lies in the money that can be made off the swelling number of eyeballs rapt by the stream of information and trivia updating newsfeeds by the nanosecond. Maybe, in theory, this is true. But not if those eyeballs are more interested in themselves and what their friends are doing than they are in the pesky, persistent ads that aren’t distinguishable enough to stand out and ultimately blend into the rest of the background.
In some ways this whole thing makes me think about how Starbucks changed the world in a similar way when they completely redefined the process of ordering a small, medium, or large coffee. Shoot, they redefined coffee, period. In both cases a whole new language emerged and it stuck. Each successfully changed the world as we know it by creating an experience with a community around it. What’s interesting to me is Starbucks used the idea of people connecting to revolutionize how we meet and gather and so did Facebook. Fortunately for Starbucks, the coffee is attached to the experience and people are willing to pay a premium for it. Facebook on the other hand, is free.
So, in a nutshell, as far as business models go...
  • Facebook offers a service for which they don’t charge -- 900 million signups later.
  • The service that it does provide is a notorious waste of time with little substantive benefit to the consumers.
  • One thing we do value is time, which inherently makes Facebook vulnerable.
  • When the mere whiff of fee-for-service circulates, all hell breaks loose, full of fury with threats to abandon and promise of an absolute revolt.  
It's basic economics really.  You can't make money on something that is free.  And if you're counting on advertising, which Facebook is, it's only going to be a matter of time before companies learn that they can't brand their products or services with brandless ads.  So, what’s Facebook worth in hard-core cash? Apparently, not much.

What is the Facebook Generation?


What is the Facebook Generation?


Sometimes identified as Generation F, the Facebook generation is a title used to identify those who are growing up in a world where the use of online social networking is common. The use of online networking sites such as Facebook are seen as forces that will significantly alter the way people develop personal and work related networks. As a result, the basic philosophy for communicating with others will be very different from the way that baby boomers or children of the Generation X or Generation Y era connect with other people.
In terms of creating a social network, the Facebook generation is likely to see the melding of online friends with friends in the local area as a natural part of developing a well-rounded circle of acquaintances. The online social network may or may not overlap with the local group of friends, but it will be considered just as important in terms of encouragement, support, and the exchange of knowledge. Tools built into sites such as Facebook allow users to convey emotions, share data, and interact in ways that are much more efficient than earlier online efforts. With visual, verbal, and oral capabilities now common on these sites, the interaction is very similar to a face-to-face conversation.

Over time, the impact of the Facebook generation is anticipated to change the way that corporations think in terms of productivity and efficiency. For example, online networking allows ideas to be considered among peers with greater speed, making the merits or drawbacks of a given approach readily recognizable. This is in contrast to traditional methods that may require more time to fully evaluate an idea through field testing, opinion polls, and other commonly employed tools.
The Facebook generation is also more at home with working independently. This may mean that the trend of people telecommuting for work rather than assembling at a single physical location may become the norm rather than the exception. At the same time, the networking capability may also change the way people approach the workday. Rather than devoting a solid block of eight hours to work efforts, short periods devoted to work tasks may take place over much of the day and into the evening, based on the tasks that must be completed on any given day.
As the Facebook generation comes of age, employers may find the need to adjust their procedures in order to accommodate the different mindset of Generation F in order to remain competitive in their markets. Even educational institutions may find that traditional methods are no longer effective and rely on newer approaches to the instruction process that incorporate the elements inherent in today’s online social networking. It is important to note, however, that along with the development of new methods, there will also be the need to create new ways to monitor activity, evaluate efficiency, and measure accountability in the online work environment.

What Is a Facebook Friend?


What Is a Facebook Friend?


A Facebook friend is someone who is connected to another person through the social networking site of the same name. Usually, Facebook friends are users the site who knew each other before joining the site or who know each other outside of the site. They might be friends or acquaintances, might know each other through school, work or another organization or might have a mutual acquaintance. To help protect Facebook members’ privacy, one must make a request through the site to become someone else’s Facebook friend. It is then up to him or her to accept or or reject the Facebook friend request.
After someone becomes a Facebook friend with another person, the bond does more than just connect two people on a social networking site. After a Facebook friendship is formed, the friends are able to see what’s on the other’s wall, a list of postings on a user’s Facebook homepage. Facebook friends also can view any photos, videos and other information that have been posted by or about that person. Even users who are not Facebook friends typically can view other users' list of Facebook friends, which might help users discern between a person they know and another person with the same name.
The access that a Facebook friend has to another person’s profile is why people are allowed to pick and choose whom they want as friends. Many people prefer not to have everyone, including strangers, able to view their Facebook page. Some users, however, have privacy settings that do not restrict others from viewing their information.
Someone who is a Facebook friend also can have private chats with any of their friends who are logged onto Facebook at the time. The chat feature indicates which of the user’s Facebook friends are currently on the site and allows either user to initiate a chat session. Facebook friends also can “tag” one another in their photos and videos. “Tagging” someone is to label people who are in the picture or video. Facebook will alert tagged friends who have the option to “untag” themselves if they don’t want to be identified.
Facebook friends also can send each other messages through the site’s private messaging system. Friends just as easily could contact one another by posting messages on each other’s wall, but the private messaging system is better for information that they do not want others to see. Users are allowed to send private messages to other users regardless of whether they are Facebook friends. These messages sometimes are inquiries about whether the users know each other and can lead to the users becoming Facebook friends.
Another feature that Facebook has to keep friends up to date on what's going with one another is a news feed. When someone logs onto Facebook, he or she will see this feed that lets him or her know what has been posted by or is going on with his or her Facebook friends. The news feed also provides users with a list of their friends’ Facebook activity, such as updates to profiles or profile pictures, upcoming birthdays and changes in relationship status.


What Are the Different Types of Facebook Games?


What Are the Different Types of Facebook Games?


The social networking website known as Facebook features more than a way to connect with friends–it is also known for a myriad of activities and Facebook games for various age groups. Some of the games Facebook offers include simulation games, card games and board games. There are several other game categories as well as applications that are designed to provide leisure time entertainment.
Facebook games feature a wide array of virtual world applications, as this is one of their more popular genres. In a virtual world game, the player may assume the task of building a town or perhaps owning a zoo or raising several pets. This genre is very similar to simulation games, which emulate activities that are done in real life, such as raising children, choosing a career or buying a home.
Educational games can be played on Facebook, although this genre is basically limited to word games and trivia. Many of these games award points to players, and others utilize a time limit. There are games that offer challenge questions with different levels to complete. Some of these word games have been known to have several thousands of players in any given month.

There are also several varieties of card games. There are typical casino style card games to choose from, such as Texas Hold 'Em Poker and Five Card Stud. Another popular choice for Facebook games would be Blackjack. Individuals who prefer Solitaire can most likely find different varieties by searching through the list of Facebook games.
Board games such as Mahjong and chess are a few choices that are featured on Facebook. There are several variations of Mahjong-style games in the Facebook applications. Others include checkers and Tic-Tac-Toe. Many of these board games can be played using Facebook friends as opponents.
There are many sports-style applications that are featured as Facebook games as well. Fishing, baseball, football and others make up the selection. Most of the games can be played solo or against a Facebook friend. Also in the lineup are pool, sports racing and wrestling. There are soccer games as well.
Several action and arcade-style games are featured on Facebook. Some classic games featured on this site are designed to have old-school gamers reminisce of days gone by. These may include shooter-style and fighting games. Also featured are platform games along the line of Super Mario Brothers game play.
Puzzle games make up another genre featured on Facebook. These types of games test the player's strategy and logic rather than reflexes. Some of them are similar to Tetris® in game play and basic concept. Other types of puzzle games may include balloon popping, where same-colored balloons are eliminated by placing them adjacent to each other in groups of three or more.
Some of the more in-depth and time-consuming Facebook games are role-playing games, also known as RPGs. This is where the player typically takes on the role of the hero and goes on adventures or a quest in a story-driven plot line. The setting in such games is generally fantasy-style rather than virtual world. Role-playing games became well-known with the rise of the Final Fantasy® storylines that originated back in the 1980s.

How Do I Ensure Facebook Privacy?


How Do I Ensure Facebook Privacy?


Although Facebook has a history of changing how privacy settings of the member accounts on its service work, in many ways each member holds the key to ensuring his or her Facebook privacy. To ensure your privacy, you need to invest a few minutes of your time to review and change, if necessary, your privacy settings by logging on to your Facebook account. These privacy settings are designed to control what information certain people, including your friends, strangers, and advertisers, can see. The best way to ensure Facebook privacy — and your privacy on any social networking site — is to limit the amount of information you list in the first place.
Revising your Facebook privacy settings is generally simple and usually takes only a mouse click to choose a setting for an item. The options to choose from are mostly contained in a pull down menu for added convenience. You can choose to share any or all of your personal information to "Everyone," "Friends of Friends," or "Friends Only."

Facebook has set by default most of the privacy settings to either Everyone or Friends of Friends. The setting Everyone can gravely compromise your Facebook privacy because this setting essentially allows Facebook to share your private information with everybody on the site. Making your information available to Friends of Friends can also be a big threat to your privacy because the number of friends of your friends, as well as the friends of the friends of your friends, is likely to continually grow. It is often best, therefore, to make your personal information available only to your circle of friends to get the best assurance of Facebook privacy.
Start the review of your privacy settings with the status updates which are contained on the page you see as soon as you log on to your account. The page contains bits and pieces of information about yourself and your friends. It is also where your friends write comments and other information on your wall; you might find this information sensitive, and may want to make it only available to your friends. There is a padlock icon below your status update. Hover your cursor over the icon and click on the left button of your mouse to pull down the menu and change your setting.
Your next stop should be your privacy settings page which can be accessed through the "Account" hyperlink at the top right of the page. Click on it to pull down the menu and select "Privacy Settings" to access the page containing your privacy settings. The menu selection to alter your settings is displayed in a box on the left side of the page. Clicking on any of the menu choices will effect a global change in the setting of each item included in your privacy settings. If you prefer to individually choose your setting for each item, click on the "Customize Settings" hyperlink.
The change of privacy settings should not be viewed as a full assurance or guarantee that people other than your friends will not be able to access personal information that you want to keep private. There are powerful search engines that can invade your Facebook account and view your information, no matter your settings. Consider limiting the personal information you share through your wall and your profile page. You can share more personal information at your discretion on a need-to-know basis via the email or instant messaging facilities of Facebook.
It is also important to remember that the privacy policy on Facebook changes over time. As new features are added, and as you add games and other applications to your profile, your privacy settings may change. You should stay up-to-date on any changes to the Facebook privacy policy and review your privacy settings regularly to make sure you have the level of privacy you expect.

What Are the Different Types of Facebook Groups?


What Are the Different Types of Facebook Groups?


Since its inception, Facebook has created a variety of ways for people to communicate and share similar interests. One way to connect people with similar interests involve Facebook groups, which are pages dedicated solely to one idea, entity, person, place, or thing. Facebook groups can focus on anything the creator of the page wants to focus on, and the group page can be customized by the creator to accomplish certain goals or to simply facilitate discussion. Facebook groups have become a marketing tool on the most successful social networking site in existence.
Some Facebook groups focus on a particular product, and the page is therefore used as a marketing tool for a company or corporation. Such groups often include updates on products, special offers, and general discussion about the company. Promotional pictures, logos, and slogans are common on such pages, as are links to external websites where group users can purchase products, find more information, or access other facets of the company's brand.
Other Facebook groups are simply places where people with similar interests can communicate. The group can be a broad category, such as "rock music," or the name of a particular band. Fans of such music can come together to network, become friends, discuss prominent themes within the topic, and share photos, links, and other information.

The privacy settings on Facebook groups are customizable. The pages can be made public or private, which allows the creator to control who sees the content of the page. Most marketing pages, such as pages of companies, artists, and businesses, are generally set to public so that anyone with a Facebook account can join. Other groups, such as local groups or organizations, a group of friends, or other personal pages, can be set to private so that only those Facebook users who have been invited to join the page can view the content.
Activists have also taken advantage of Facebook groups to mobilize contingents of people for a variety of causes. Around election times, groups urging people to vote are quite common; environmental causes have groups on Facebook; political activists have taken advantage of the social networking tool to encourage people to join the cause. Groups on Facebook are virtually limitless, with causes and companies of all sorts taking advantage of the free service that gives them access to an audience at no charge. Groups on Facebook do not require much commitment from users, as they can join or leave a group whenever they want.

What Is Facebook Connect?


What Is Facebook Connect?


Facebook Connect was launched in December of 2008. This features allows Facebook users to connect their account with certain applications and third-party websites, often without having to register repeatedly in order to join each site; the user logs in using the Facebook account. In addition to allowing the user to set privacy settings, it allows for the posting of information from each site onto the individual's Facebook page.
One of the benefits of Facebook Connect is that, by gathering the information from the profile, it allows for the user to skip the hassle of registering on a different website each time. As long as the user is logged in on Facebook, the site will recognize the user by that ID. Before integrating with the account, the website will ask for the user's permission to connect as well as agreeing to the terms of service.
To adjust privacy settings for Facebook Connect, the user must do it through the Facebook account under the “applications and websites” page. This allows users to control what information is available to friends through the third-party sites and applications. Users can choose to share with friends all of their information, some of it or none at all.

Third-party websites and applications use Facebook Connect to read the users' friends list and compare it to the users on their site that also use the feature. This is useful for allowing users in common to have another way of discussing and sharing their interests with each other. Depending on the site, users can get reviews from people they know on specific products and places instead of random reviews from strangers.
Instead of the user manually posting individual bits of information to their Facebook news feed, Facebook Connect automatically allows the posting of information from the site onto the news feed. While it may seem essentially like the same process, it eliminates quite a few steps. This allows the user to share information easily and more seamlessly.
Facebook Connect allows Facebook users on other websites to have real identities attached to their accounts instead of it being anonymous, which creates a more personal experience. When the user changes something on his or her profile, it automatically changes on the third-party website or application as well. The feature helps users connect with friends on a variety of websites without all the extra steps in between.

What Does "Unfriend" Mean?


What Does "Unfriend" Mean?


Language purists often deplore the way language seems to be devolving. They point to the gleeful habit of the hoi polloi to take a perfectly serviceable noun and misuse it as a verb. Telling gossip becomes gossiping, e-mail is delivered by e-mailing, and friends are obtained by friending, at least on Facebook. As in real life, making too many friends too fast can easily become overwhelming, but fear not — a friend that is easily made can become an unfriend just as easily.
As most new Facebookers know, almost immediately upon setting up an account, it will be deluged with requests from other Facebookers who want to be friended. Accepting the request, or friending, meanings they have access to that particular inner sanctum. They can send private messages, see photos, and otherwise avail themselves of information. New Facebookers are a lot like nervous teens; relieved that anyone wants to be friends, they initially accept all takers, including those with completely unfamiliar names.

It doesn’t take long to realize the onslaught of new friends could include the stalker from a previous job, the obsessed kid who always had a booger in his nose in junior high, and that queen bee who told the entire school about a particularly embarassing secret. There are likely to be several or several hundred highly determined retailers trying to sell everything from Viagra to cheap land in Florida, a "friend" who responds to each and every wall post with a perky remark, and several others who invited themselves to the party. The solution is simple.
It’s easy to unfriend an unwanted friend. The best part is that there’s no need to notify this annoying creature that the friendship has been terminated. News feeds won’t be sent, so they can no longer respond. Their messages will be blocked, although they won’t know it. Eventually, they will simply fade away.
Of course, the term unfriend is enough to annoy any language purist. When asked, they will quickly point out that friend is not a verb, and the prefix un, which means "not," cannot reasonably be attached to it. It should be pointed out, though, that all languages are sprawling, uncontrollable things that evolve for reasons of their own, and not even the best linguist can make them behave.
This is not an argument language purists like to hear. With the proliferation of social media, however, they may have no choice but to join the crowd. After all, they are welcome to unfriend as many Facebookers who misuse the language as they like.

How Many People Use Facebook?


How Many People Use Facebook?


As of April 2012, Facebook had over 900 million users, with some analysts predicting that the social media site would reach the one billion user mark later in the year. In the US alone, there were 156 million members in the spring of 2012, with about 70% of all US. Internet users having an account. In May 2011, people spent 53.5 billion minutes on Facebook.

More Facebook facts:
  • Growth of new memberships has slowed in some countries, including the UK and US. Increased growth is found in countries where social media participation has not yet peaked, such as India.

  • In the spring of 2012, Bangkok, Thailand had more Facebook users than any other city in the world, with over 8.6 million accounts. New York was the top ranking US city, with over 3.4 million users.

  • Over 50% of employers in the UK have banned Facebook from their office computers.

What is Facebook?


What is Facebook?



Facebook is a social networking website intended to connect friends, family, and business associates. It is the largest of the networking sites, with the runner up being MySpace. It began as a college networking website and has expanded to include anyone and everyone.
Facebook was founded by 2004 by Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg and originally called thefacebook. It was quickly successful on campus and expanded beyond Harvard into other Ivy League schools. With the phenomenon growing in popularity, Zuckerberg enlisted two other students, Duston Moskovitz and Chris Hughes, to assist. Within months, thefacebook became a nationwide college networking website.
Zuckerberg and Moskovitz left Harvard to run thefacebook full time shortly after taking the site national. In August of 2005, thefacebook was renamed Facebook, and the domain was purchased for a reported $200,000 US Dollars (USD). At that time, it was only available to schools, universities, organizations, and companies within English speaking countries, but has since expanded to include anyone.
Facebook users create a profile page that shows their friends and networks information about themselves. The choice to include a profile in a network means that everyone withing that network can view the profile. The profile typically includes the following: Information, Status, Friends, Friends in Other Networks, Photos, Notes, Groups, and The Wall.

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He paid his daughter a $200 Contract to Stay Off Facebook


He paid his daughter a $200 Contract to Stay Off Facebook


By:  jasmine Allon
Have you ever suffered from the digital technology? Have you ever felt that your kid is spending almost half of his life on this virtual world? Have you ever felt that social networks are a way invading your privacy? 
Parents when get annoyed from their kids as they waste their time on Facebook and other social network they used to try various ways to make them step aside from such time killing technology.
Paul Baier, a caring father and his 14 years old daughter signed a contract that oblige her to deactivate her facebook account and in return she will get $200.
Details of the deal:
If she stepped away from her Facebook account till 26th of April, she ill get $50
and If she successfully continued till June, she will get another $150.
What was surprising beside the avoiding Facebook contract is that the little girl is the one who came up with the idea not her father as many of us may think. She need money and she shifted her need to a win-win situation …Getting the money from her dad and staying away from Facebook.

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