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Several Amazing Tips | Become a Facebook Ninja

In a complex system where personal details are mixed with the most outlandish theories ever subscribed to by humankind, and beyond, if the stories are really true.  Navigating a successful exploration of the internet can make an entertaining adventure.

In order to learn to sail we could practise in a safe harbour.  With close friends and family.   As you fly farther from the nest, some amount of independence is required as the rule book opens.  The Burbs has it’s own systems and need to know secrets, you need to know where to cruise and how to hang.  Then there are the secret groups and the hidden places.  These areas, so well hidden from public view that only the chosen are selected seemingly not even to be seen as a member.

The incredible population of this warren of cul-de-sac suburbia that is Facebook, it’s own mass has established itself as a populous in it’s own right.  Apart from the system and yet within the system.


  • Facebook Is Not A Safe Harbour
    The possibility of causing yourself the most harm, mentally and physically, whilst on the internet is arguably on Facebook.
  • Facebook Is An Opportunity
    This may be the first introduction for many to the internet.  It is on the internet and as such it must abide certain system laws.  One being * Information must be exchanged* Without the transfer of energy, in this case information, nothing would support the internet.  Facebook, by it’s very mass supports a vast amount of information.
  • Getting What You Want
    You need to be aware of what you do not want first.  Learn your privacy settings.  You cannot break the internet.  Find out what happens when you play about with your settings.
  • Find A Playground
    Start your own Facebook Page.  On any subject you like.  It is completely anonymous.  Providing you don’t call the page “Your Name And Address”.  But a page such as, I don’t know?  S E N S O R Y Assault say.  Totally anonymous.  Until now, but it doesn’t need to be…the other one however 😈Create a page and share into it whatever you like.  Better yet is if you upload your own content into Facebook from other sources from the internet like YouTube with a link or a saved image from Pinterest that relates to your page(s).  You can have several pages.  Idk how many :/
  • Clubs | Gangs | Haunts | Hangouts | Getting What You Want
    Following the huge success (mild interest) of your *Facebook Page* detailing the not so niche nor information starved topic it seems of The Lost Boys Soundtrack.  You might want to start up a Facebook Group.  This is less than anonymous however and unless you make the group SECRET.  People will know that you belong to a group where you can find folk who know exactly how to say hello to the night.

    To better understand this I would recommend joining as many Facebook Groups as possible.  Remember that Secret Groups are the only truly anonymous groups.  No one will know you are in it outside of that group.  Closed Groups will show your profile is a member.  This is most relevant should a Friend be in this group or looking into joining it.  If it is the latter you may be the lucky person to admit them.  Or not admit them 😈

  • Public | Friends Only | Only Me
    Now that you are king supreme ruler of all the Facebook you survey, always remember the second rule of Facebook – Learn What Public, Friends Only and Only Me is.Public and Only Me speak for themselves but Friends Only is just that.If you are the only Friend with No Mutual Friends.  Your comments on their Profile Page (Updated Status) will not be publicised to anyone from your Friends List.  They will appear to anyone your Friend has who would see them post an updated status (their friends usually), and

The First Rule Of Facebook

Get Off Facebook.

Explore the vast frontier that is The Internet  Bring back what you find to your own end but  create outposts away from Facebook.  Possibly Twitter or Tumblr or YouTube or SoundCloud even stake your claim on the internet by way of a website of your own.

Go Forth



Guerrilla Mail | A Sneaky E-Mail When You Need It Fast.

When an account is needed for any and all websites these days, keep your main inbox free of spam and junk by using a temporary inbox from Guerrilla Mail

Guerrilla Mail gives you an inbox for 60 minutes by using a never ending list of self generated e-mail addresses suffixed with their Sharklazers tag.   Keep this tab open whilst you create any account and test the waters of a new forum or some such, then decide whether or not to sign up for real or leave it be.

No spam or newsletters for you.


Life Hacked.


The Internet “But, what can you do on it?”

The Internet

The internet is the realisation of the emergence of instant communication with the sum of all human knowledge.

Sounds Good!

It is the cost of a telephone line, or a visit to the local library or a mobile phone signal.  100% global connection will happen if not already.  For many it is free.

Dark Days

When the internet was starting to be spoken about.  I asked “But what can you do on it?”  It might sound naïve looking back, but then it was a only concept in my head.   I remember trying to understand “how was it accessed?”  A search engine was not heard of.  No Google no Internet Explorer.  When I did have my first attempts to use the internet, these were usually dogged by nags about taking up the phone line.  Images were a job too at 56kb/s.  Cameras were still on film and video was confined to the TV.

The Dawning Of The Age Of Information


Whoa There!

The distance is always increasing between those who are and those who are not digitally native. It is important that the gaps are not manifested in understanding of the internet.

Ask yourself “What can you do on it?”  If you don’t know immediately, people will and have already put up what they think you will enjoy.  You may enjoy these things just remember that it is you who enjoys it.

Ensure that you be the explorers for yourself.  Don’t so much ask or be given the question, go on out and find it and the answers yourself.  By doing so, you uncover rocks and trips, some huge pitfalls and glorious surprises along the way.  You learn to recognise the power and respect it.  You can become a better guide.

Don’t stop learning

Recognise when you are being fed information rather than getting it yourself.  Both are fine but only when you know the difference.

One way to tell is that when you get information for yourself there will be a trail of breadcrumbs leading up to the ‘Eureka’ moment.  It may feel more rewarding.  When information is  being fed to you that ‘Eureka’ moment can still happen but you may be less aware of it and it could be contaminated by the source.


Any way you can, put something that you feel true onto the internet.  This encourages you to explore naturally.

Do this anonymously.

Do this yourself.

Do this outside of mainstream Social Media.

Do this on mainstream Social Media.

Do all of these.

So, the question with regards to the internet.

“But, what can you do on it?”

The Answer

“Anything you want!”