It's The Internet For Older Folks

By: Sam Provenzano Email
By: Sam Provenzano Email

It's being called the Internet for old people and it's grabbing the attention of many around the country, introducing BigScreenLive.

Lets face it--sometimes the computer and the Internet can be hard to use and many parents and grandparents can get lost in the cyber action.

But BigScreenLive makes everything from surfing the web, checking email and uploading pictures as easy as 1-2-3!

For about $10.00 a month you'll be able to enjoy the web without all the headaches!

Will you use this service? Do you think it is a good idea?

Let me know!

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And Facebook is taking a bite out of online crime!

Facebook will ban convicted sex offenders from using the site and will make it harder for older users to search online for people under 18.

The changes are designed to get rid of sex offenders, fraud and online bullies.

Facebook will also join a task force looking for better ways to verify the ages of people on the site.

And if you remember--last January rival MySpace did their part in getting rid of online offenders. is happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion. Please respect and abide by the house rules:

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