Facebook Needs to Better Align its Timeline Cover Photo

Facebook has been rolling out its new Timeline profile. At what should be the top of this profile is a really widely proportioned photo (850 x 315 pixels) that could be, in Facebook’s words: “a unique image that represents you best. It’s the first thing people see when they visit your timeline”. Unfortunately, the way Facebook displays this image, a good portion of it is chopped off, and there is no good reason for it.

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On What Do You Spend All Your Money in Life?

This post is optional supporting material for users of the Free Advanced Finances Tracking and Analysis Spreadsheet I have for free downloading on this site. However, it should be useful for anyone who wants to think a bit more about their personal expenditures to get a new perspective on it.

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Simple, Sensible and Effective Suggestions for Improving Facebook

Facebook is a great utility with lots of great features, but there are also quite a few not so great features which aren’t hard to fix, and some features not present which shouldn’t be hard to add. This is my list, in no particular order. I’d love to hear from you for your ideas, or which ideas listed here that you’d like to see the most. Who knows? Maybe Facebook staff may actually listen to user feedback! 🙂

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Snow Day Policy Suggestions for School Boards and Systems

This is an article about snow day policy suggestions that could be applicable to any jurisdiction where there are school closures due to extreme weather conditions (or some other climatic challenges). It is written in response to some articles specific to the province of Nova Scotia, but the suggestions are universal. May just need some customization pending starting points of jurisdictions needing policy change. Just skip to the section called My Snow Day Policy Suggestions.

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