Social Networking for the Over 50's - In Simple Steps

What good is sitting alone in your room? Come hear the music play... as Liza Minnelli would sing. 

An easy to follow, step-by-step guide geared for seniors, introducing them to the cyber world of social networking, in full colour.

Written by Thomas Myer

There are hundreds of millions of blogs, millions upon millions of shared videos on Youtube, and billions upon billions of photos posted and shared on Flickr and Instagram.

If you haven't been hiding under a leaf somewhere, you've heard of Google, Facebook, and Twitter. At the time of writing this book, there were 700 million Facebook users, 200 million Twitter users, 50 million Linkedin users, 13 million hours of video last year were posted to Youtube and Flickr uploaded 4 billion photos.

In other words, Facebook and Twitter have as many people as the United States and the European Union combined.

I constantly hear people say they are too old for the computer.

Not anymore. Now-a-days using the computer is so easy and friendly, a monkey could operate one. Watch! All the monkey's take offence to that statement.

Honestly, all you have to do is start, get over your fear and get networking. Two finger typing has become the norm.

You'll be glad you did!

I give this book 5 stars. *****

Dog Brindle

Like most of the books I read, this one came from the Surrey Public Library. On the shelf Books We Liked

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Book Description

January 20, 2012  0273761072  978-0273761075 1

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