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How to make a backup of your Facebook.

For several days the group Anonymous Hackers attack is announcing that FacebookSocial Network, the announcement that a section of the community belies has generated espectactiva all users of the popular Web
Anonymous does not announce a fall of servers or data theft, Facebook announcedthe destruction of the network, delete it and leave no trace. The reasons for anger arethe treatment of data from Facebook violates privacy of users of that platform.
Once Facebook is you can never leave it, no data is returned, you can not cancel the accounts and of course all this is public and belongs to the same time Facebook is not the user. In addition, Anonymous accuses Facebook of selling confidential information of its users to governments and companies that ask and bid for them, the latter being the most important reason why Facebook Anonymous attack onNovember 5 this year and leave all application and all users without the government without the data source.

1) Log into Facebook as is commonly done:

2) In the top right go to "Account" and then "Account Settings".

3) Select at the bottom of the setting "Download a Copy".

There will appear a message that you send an email indicating that the file has beengenerated. Download it and save the copy.
Explanation in Spanish by Geek Culture.

The +1 button for websites: recommend content across the web.

Since we started rolling out the +1 button in March, you’ve been able to recommend content to your friends and contacts directly from Google search results and ads.

But sometimes you want to +1 a page while you’re on it. After all, how do you know you want to suggest that recipe for chocolate flan if you haven’t tried it out yet?

Today, we’re releasing +1 buttons to the whole web. As a result, you might start seeing +1 appear on sites large and small across the Internet. We’ve partnered with a few sites where you’ll see +1 buttons in the near future:

You'll also start to see +1 buttons on other Google properties such as Android MarketBlogger, Product Search and YouTube.

+1 is as simple on the rest of the web as it is on Google search. With a single click you can recommend that raincoat, news article or favorite sci-fi movie to friends, contacts and the rest of the world. The next time your connections search, they could see your +1’s directly in their search results, helping them find your recommendations when they’re most useful.

In the meantime, we’re continuing to roll out the +1 button for English-language searches on If you want to +1 search results and search ads earlier, you can opt in through our experimental search site. To see recommendations from your friends and contacts in Google search, make sure you’re signed into your Google Account

If you’re a webmaster, you can get the +1 button code and learn more about implementation on our +1 webmaster site.

We hope you’ll agree that +1 buttons across the web make it even easier for you to recommend content to your friends and contacts, and make search results even more helpful and relevant.

Having problems with your Wi-FiAnother Geek Tips.

Having problems with your Wi-Fi? Is the connection is slow or cut off every so often? InPCPro have posted a very interesting article that can help resolve some of theseproblems.

Did you know that enemy number one Wi-Fi networks is interference? Networks not onlycoming, we can minimize by selecting the least used channel as inSSIDer 2 but alsoother appliances such as microwaves and old televisions, or even Christmas lights, mirrors and fish tanks.

We must also consider whether your router is dual band and can use 5GHz, withphysical barriers we have, or where to put the router and clients, for which we can helpHeatMapper Ekahau, to generate a "map heat "with Wi-Fi coverage in every corner ofyour home or office.

Even the security protocol used to connect to our router can make a big difference,because using WEP, and is more insecure, can be a yield loss of up to 30% comparedto WPA/WPA2, which, in turn, are 5-10% less efficient than clear the network.

Definition Geek

Is a person who has a big fan of technology, computer science and related subjects. Hisgoal is to make or use technology for fun and / or recognition involved.

Nerd Confusion with

Being Geek is not to be Nerd. As a geek, a nerd is a person with great intelligence andpassion for knowledge, but is generally considered a geek or associated as aflamboyant, outgoing person, both in lifestyle and in his nature, and generally do nothave high tendencies to stay away from some social currents. On the other hand, a nerdtends to be associated with a more conservative personality, and the type of knowledge that can handle more varied, covering also other issues, although noting that this does not prevent or preclude a nerd also be considered or deemed also a geek, althoughboth terms are not synonymous.