Weekend Roundup April 23, 2010

Welcome to the Weekend Roundup! The weekend roundup is a short list of links that is sent out towards the end of each week. This is where items that are interesting, fun, or useful are apt to show up, tech related or not.

Facebook Kills More Of Your Privacy For Cash
From the ever-popular Consumerist blog: "Yesterday, Facebook announced an awesome new feature that lets anyone see your current city, hometown, education, work, likes, and interests, even if you've set your profile to private."
- Facebook Kills More Of Your Privacy For Cash

How to Restore Your Privacy on Facebook
A must read from Gawker network if you're at all concerned about Facebook privacy issues. I know two Facebook articles in one post seems a bit much, but I believe members and non-members both need to be aware of how Facebook handles private information.
- How to Restore Your Privacy on Facebook

6 Tips and Tricks For Firefox's Address Bar
Some good tips to customize Firefox more to your liking. I've been using the Make Address Bar Font Bigger extension - it's a little larger than I would like but better than my previous setting.
- 6 Tips and Tricks For Firefox Address Bar

How to Drag and Drop Attachments in Gmail
Attaching files to gmail just became much easier. Great how-to from Google Tutor.
- How to Drag and Drop Attachments in Gmail

Radiotuna: Find Internet Radio Stations
Looking for some new tunes to listen to? Has your Pandora station gotten stuck in a rut? RadioTuna can help you find a new Internet radio station in a jiffy. The bandwidth here doesn't allow for streaming data so you'll need to test drive the site if you're interested. More details on the Useful Tools site.
- Radiotuna - Find Internet Radio Stations
 

Signing off,
Rhiannon 

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