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    As I age it isn't hard to realize that with each new advancement in computer technology this aging key puncher is falling behind. I just wish they had a computer that was geared for we, the computer challenged. What gets me more than anything is computer jargon, a language I can't understand half the time. Then there's the words you grew up with that are now part of the technology but mean something entirely different now. Cookies is one of those words. Turn off, turn on, allow, don't allow....wtf? It's frigging terrifying not knowing what the hell is going on with that. I stay away from FB, Twitter et al because there just seems to be a lot of baggage that goes with them. Stuff I have no idea of what they want from me. Easier to avoid than take a step towards screwing up what you're comfortable with.

    Then the other day I turn on the iPad and here's Google reminding me that I'm leaving for British Columbia in 7 days. Not that I needed the reminder but how did they know. Is Google God? Creeping me out, I didn't ask for this. Yet I realize this is the way of the world and if you don't even attempt to integrate the computer into your life as you age then you will be lost as the technology gets even more advanced. At minimum you need to be able to at least type an email otherwise you will be lost.


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    Go with the flow . Do your best.I know the jargon and technology doesn't stand still and so keeping up is harder and not always enjoyable.

    Perhaps we will all get our own personal internet assistant sometime soon for this kind of "handicap"/disinclination.

    In the meantime accentuate the positive .It may well be that the computer semi literate have more fun * L * (one of babe's alt expressions -not sure what it means -"chin up",perhaps )


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    It means "laughing" apparently...
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    Yesterday morning my wife's phone was low on battery. She used my phone to access Facebook, something I don't even pursue on my phone ever. Now my phone tones every time someone comments on her FB page. I tried all kinds of stuff but to no avail to get rid of it. All I accomplished was to have the comments reduced to a small icon. That when I drag it down to view, allows me to delete it. Shit like this pisses me off more so because I don't understand why they do this or why I can't fix it, despite numerous internet suggestions.

    Don't get me wrong, I appreciate having all kinds of knowledge at my fingertips. My problem is I dont know how to use it properly or correctly at times. Frustrating as hell and I'm the guy who self taught himself basic computer language many years ago but who never bothered keeping up after that. Life and family got in the way for many years. I wonder if the millennials will keep up with technology once the real world kicks in, time will tell.
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    Maybe she can delete her facebook page and redirect her contacts to a new one if you don't find a simpler solution.

    Use a dumb phone (I have one of each). They have better battery life...

    My motto is "stumble on regardless"...
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    My motto is "stumble on regardless"...
    LIKE.

    A good title for a tune if you ask me. I have adopted that approach and when there's some spare time I try and figure things out.
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    Sounds like you need to log her account off your phone.

    As a millennial I can tell you that I'm already falling behind the current generation of kids on technology. Those kids are learning programming and what not in frigging elementary school and getting to use 3-D printers. Hell I didn't even get a snapchat until a year ago because I didn't understand it or its purpose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconer360 View Post
    Sounds like you need to log her account off your phone.

    As a millennial I can tell you that I'm already falling behind the current generation of kids on technology. Those kids are learning programming and what not in frigging elementary school and getting to use 3-D printers. Hell I didn't even get a snapchat until a year ago because I didn't understand it or its purpose.
    I don't even have FB on my phone. I came up with an idea though. Last night I installed FB on my phone and then uninstalled it right away. I thought I had it until this afternoon when once again my wife's FB messages started to arrive again. Damn
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
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    Sounds like you need to log her account off your phone.

    As a millennial I can tell you that I'm already falling behind the current generation of kids on technology. Those kids are learning programming and what not in frigging elementary school and getting to use 3-D printers. Hell I didn't even get a snapchat until a year ago because I didn't understand it or its purpose.
    I don't even have FB on my phone. I came up with an idea though. Last night I installed FB on my phone and then uninstalled it right away. I thought I had it until this afternoon when once again my wife's FB messages started to arrive again. Damn
    Have you tried the Facebook forums ?(if they exist) If they are like the Vodafone forums they can have an official representative (you may have to wait a short while to get a response)
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    Yesterday morning my wife's phone was low on battery. She used my phone to access Facebook, something I don't even pursue on my phone ever. Now my phone tones every time someone comments on her FB page. I tried all kinds of stuff but to no avail to get rid of it. All I accomplished was to have the comments reduced to a small icon. That when I drag it down to view, allows me to delete it. Shit like this pisses me off more so because I don't understand why they do this or why I can't fix it, despite numerous internet suggestions.

    Don't get me wrong, I appreciate having all kinds of knowledge at my fingertips. My problem is I dont know how to use it properly or correctly at times. Frustrating as hell and I'm the guy who self taught himself basic computer language many years ago but who never bothered keeping up after that. Life and family got in the way for many years. I wonder if the millennials will keep up with technology once the real world kicks in, time will tell.

    OK.

    Do you want Chocolate Chip cookies or do you prefer Oatmeal or Peanut butter and do you want them warm or not crunchy or soft....I mean Microsoft and Apple and I WANNA KNOW!! *ducking*
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
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    Sounds like you need to log her account off your phone.

    As a millennial I can tell you that I'm already falling behind the current generation of kids on technology. Those kids are learning programming and what not in frigging elementary school and getting to use 3-D printers. Hell I didn't even get a snapchat until a year ago because I didn't understand it or its purpose.
    I don't even have FB on my phone. I came up with an idea though. Last night I installed FB on my phone and then uninstalled it right away. I thought I had it until this afternoon when once again my wife's FB messages started to arrive again. Damn
    I suggest that you go to SETTINGS, then find NOTIFICATIONS then find FACEBOOK and hit the OFF button and that should resolve that problem *S*...Hope that helped sweetie pie.

    It is ok...had to charge Spousy's phone and didn't have an extra cable just a USB so I connected him to my computer and *L* He now has ALL MY CONTACTS *L*
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    Yesterday morning my wife's phone was low on battery. She used my phone to access Facebook, something I don't even pursue on my phone ever. Now my phone tones every time someone comments on her FB page. I tried all kinds of stuff but to no avail to get rid of it. All I accomplished was to have the comments reduced to a small icon. That when I drag it down to view, allows me to delete it. Shit like this pisses me off more so because I don't understand why they do this or why I can't fix it, despite numerous internet suggestions.

    Don't get me wrong, I appreciate having all kinds of knowledge at my fingertips. My problem is I dont know how to use it properly or correctly at times. Frustrating as hell and I'm the guy who self taught himself basic computer language many years ago but who never bothered keeping up after that. Life and family got in the way for many years. I wonder if the millennials will keep up with technology once the real world kicks in, time will tell.

    OK.

    Do you want Chocolate Chip cookies or do you prefer Oatmeal or Peanut butter and do you want them warm or not crunchy or soft....I mean Microsoft and Apple and I WANNA KNOW!! *ducking*
    Oatmeal my favorite.

    go to SETTINGS, then find NOTIFICATIONS then find FACEBOOK and hit the OFF button
    Did all that, even had my ace son in law and daughter work on it but to no avail. It's like FB has a chip implanted in my cell phone. I wonder what else they know or do that we aren't aware of.

    I still remember the days as a kid when you penned a letter and talked to the operator (rural community). Then there was the party line but my folks never had it.
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    Yesterday morning my wife's phone was low on battery. She used my phone to access Facebook, something I don't even pursue on my phone ever. Now my phone tones every time someone comments on her FB page. I tried all kinds of stuff but to no avail to get rid of it. All I accomplished was to have the comments reduced to a small icon. That when I drag it down to view, allows me to delete it. Shit like this pisses me off more so because I don't understand why they do this or why I can't fix it, despite numerous internet suggestions.

    Don't get me wrong, I appreciate having all kinds of knowledge at my fingertips. My problem is I dont know how to use it properly or correctly at times. Frustrating as hell and I'm the guy who self taught himself basic computer language many years ago but who never bothered keeping up after that. Life and family got in the way for many years. I wonder if the millennials will keep up with technology once the real world kicks in, time will tell.

    OK.

    Do you want Chocolate Chip cookies or do you prefer Oatmeal or Peanut butter and do you want them warm or not crunchy or soft....I mean Microsoft and Apple and I WANNA KNOW!! *ducking*
    Oatmeal my favorite.

    go to SETTINGS, then find NOTIFICATIONS then find FACEBOOK and hit the OFF button
    Did all that, even had my ace son in law and daughter work on it but to no avail. It's like FB has a chip implanted in my cell phone. I wonder what else they know or do that we aren't aware of.

    I still remember the days as a kid when you penned a letter and talked to the operator (rural community). Then there was the party line but my folks never had it.
    Can you do a factory reset on your phone ?(I think you will lose all your data)
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    Zin - what type of phone is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falconer360 View Post
    Zin - what type of phone is it?
    Samsung Galaxy Prime
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
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    Zin - what type of phone is it?
    Samsung Galaxy Prime
    Okay so it's running a version of Android. And you don't have the facebook app. So she probably logged into her facebook through your Chrome browser, and what is happening is that your browser has remembered her and is giving you the notifications. What I would try doing is clearing your history and everything in your Chrome (I'm assuming you use google Chrome for internet browsing on it).

    If that doesn't work/if that has already been tried I would try either uninstalling Chrome and reinstalling or resetting it to the the factory version by going into your phone settings and going to app management there.

    If you're not using Chrome, then I suggest doing that to whatever internet browsing app you use/is installed. Geordief suggested a factory reset which would definitely fix the problem, but it would reset your entire phone and you would lose everything on it so I do not suggest trying that.
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    Falconer: I'll give it a try on the way to BC tomorrow. We layover in Calgary for 3.5 hrs in the morning before catching connecting flight.. My brother, who lives there said he'd meet us at the airport for breakfast and take a look at my phone the same time. I'll show him your advice and see what he says. You'd like my bro, holds a PhD in Geology as well as computer savvy, kind of right up your alley somewhat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geordief View Post
    Go with the flow . Do your best.I know the jargon and technology doesn't stand still and so keeping up is harder and not always enjoyable.

    Perhaps we will all get our own personal internet assistant sometime soon for this kind of "handicap"/disinclination.

    In the meantime accentuate the positive .It may well be that the computer semi literate have more fun * L * (one of babe's alt expressions -not sure what it means -"chin up",perhaps )
    *L* is laughing *L* when you really crack me up I *LOL* laugh at loud!
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    Quote Originally Posted by babe View Post
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    Go with the flow . Do your best.I know the jargon and technology doesn't stand still and so keeping up is harder and not always enjoyable.

    Perhaps we will all get our own personal internet assistant sometime soon for this kind of "handicap"/disinclination.

    In the meantime accentuate the positive .It may well be that the computer semi literate have more fun * L * (one of babe's alt expressions -not sure what it means -"chin up",perhaps )
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    *L* is laughing *L* when you really crack me up I *LOL* laugh at loud!
    So it is an abbreviation of an abbreviation with ear muffs ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by geordief View Post
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    Go with the flow . Do your best.I know the jargon and technology doesn't stand still and so keeping up is harder and not always enjoyable.

    Perhaps we will all get our own personal internet assistant sometime soon for this kind of "handicap"/disinclination.

    In the meantime accentuate the positive .It may well be that the computer semi literate have more fun * L * (one of babe's alt expressions -not sure what it means -"chin up",perhaps )
    .
    *L* is laughing *L* when you really crack me up I *LOL* laugh at loud!
    So it is an abbreviation of an abbreviation with ear muffs ?
    ER what was that question

    cause if I answered it with my sense of humor I think they'd boot me *L*

    *L* LAUGHING

    LOL LAUGHING OUT LOUD

    ROFLMAO ROLLING ON THE FLOOR LAUGHIN MY ASS OFF

    ROFL JustRolling on the floor laughing *chuckle*
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    Quote Originally Posted by babe View Post
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    Go with the flow . Do your best.I know the jargon and technology doesn't stand still and so keeping up is harder and not always enjoyable.

    Perhaps we will all get our own personal internet assistant sometime soon for this kind of "handicap"/disinclination.

    In the meantime accentuate the positive .It may well be that the computer semi literate have more fun * L * (one of babe's alt expressions -not sure what it means -"chin up",perhaps )
    .
    *L* is laughing *L* when you really crack me up I *LOL* laugh at loud!
    So it is an abbreviation of an abbreviation with ear muffs ?
    ER what was that question

    cause if I answered it with my sense of humor I think they'd boot me *L*

    *L* LAUGHING

    LOL LAUGHING OUT LOUD

    ROFLMAO ROLLING ON THE FLOOR LAUGHIN MY ASS OFF

    ROFL JustRolling on the floor laughing *chuckle*
    ISC (I stand corrected)
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    Quote Originally Posted by geordief View Post
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    Go with the flow . Do your best.I know the jargon and technology doesn't stand still and so keeping up is harder and not always enjoyable.

    Perhaps we will all get our own personal internet assistant sometime soon for this kind of "handicap"/disinclination.

    In the meantime accentuate the positive .It may well be that the computer semi literate have more fun * L * (one of babe's alt expressions -not sure what it means -"chin up",perhaps )
    .
    *L* is laughing *L* when you really crack me up I *LOL* laugh at loud!
    So it is an abbreviation of an abbreviation with ear muffs ?
    ER what was that question

    cause if I answered it with my sense of humor I think they'd boot me *L*

    *L* LAUGHING

    LOL LAUGHING OUT LOUD

    ROFLMAO ROLLING ON THE FLOOR LAUGHIN MY ASS OFF

    ROFL JustRolling on the floor laughing *chuckle*
    ISC (I stand corrected)
    but now I am quite curious about the *cough* EAR MUFFS!
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    Quote Originally Posted by babe View Post

    but now I am quite curious about the *cough* EAR MUFFS!
    http://assets.teenvogue.com/photos/5...nder-50-02.jpg

    They were imagined as a colourful (but mistaken) stand in for the asterisks
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    Quote Originally Posted by geordief View Post
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    but now I am quite curious about the *cough* EAR MUFFS!
    http://assets.teenvogue.com/photos/5...nder-50-02.jpg

    They were imagined as a colourful (but mistaken) stand in for the asterisks

    ahahahahha you rock!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    Falconer: I'll give it a try on the way to BC tomorrow. We layover in Calgary for 3.5 hrs in the morning before catching connecting flight.. My brother, who lives there said he'd meet us at the airport for breakfast and take a look at my phone the same time. I'll show him your advice and see what he says. You'd like my bro, holds a PhD in Geology as well as computer savvy, kind of right up your alley somewhat.
    Hope you got your phone sorted out man. My phone is giving me all sorts of connectivity related grief but I think it's due to using it for two years and dropping it on concrete several times (no obvious breaks despite landing on the screen on concrete). Hope you have a good trip! Maybe I'll have the pleasure of meeting your brother sometime, sounds like a cool fellow.
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    Solved.... No more of commentary arriving on my cellphone from my wife's FB account. My brother told me to sign into Google Mail. Once there it told that I was synced to my wife's FB. It asked me if I wanted to continue receiving notifications from it. I simply slid the switch to NO. All gone, no more nuisance FB comments on my cell.

    Never thought of going to Google mail to solve a FB problem
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    Glad to hear you got it solved! I hate having too many app notifications, I can only imagine how annoying it was to receive notifications that didn't even apply to you. Hope you're enjoying your trip.
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