PC Restrictions | Block Social Media Sites & Blocked Facebook

By: Stig Kristoffersen

How you can use Facebook hidden for your boss.
Lots of managers have blocked the use of Facebook on work. But, have no fare there are ways around this.
Lots of us have experienced that the employer has put in a veto and said that there is not allowed to use Facebook during working hours.
And of course in some cases this can be understandable. Lots of workers spend hours on Facebook if they get the chance, and not all are as good to spend the extra hours after regular working hours to compensate for this.
Well, there are those who should have spent 2 minutes to check the inbox of their email, and would gladly sit the extra 15 minutes extra to compensate for this.
For those there is salvation near, the use of the net service MoDazzle is worth to check out.
The possibility of having Facebook on e-mail is here.
Modazzle let you use e-mail as a communication link towards several net services including Facebook. Other services that can be used are LinkedIn, Google Maps (!) and Stock Quotes.

The concept is as follows;
You register on www.modazzle.com, and on your profile page you register user name and password on Facebook. Ok, you say, here it is, giving away both id and password is a no good. Well it is a certain risk of course, but you have to judge pros and cons here and take the chance or not to give away these details to a third party. MoDazzle promise of course to keep this to themselves and not give away to any third party nor misuse this themselves. Ok, if you take the chance here is how it goes.
You can send an e-mail to Modazzle to performa various actions on Facebook. Here are some few examples of what you can do.

Send a blank e-mail to fbreadinbox@modazzle.com in order to get a reply on e-mail to read all unread messages on Facebook.

Send a status message in the subject field of the e-mail to fbprofilestatusupdate@modazzle.com in order to update your Facebook status.

Send a blank e-mail to fbwhoisonline@modazzle.com to see who of your friends are online.

Send an e-mail with the subject field peter:What's up?: You want to join for a meeting tonight? to fbsendmessage@modazzle.com to send a message to Peter with the subject What's Up?" and the content " You want to join for a meeting tonight?"

You will find the list of all email options for communication here: http://modazzle.com/cms/services.jsp

To look into the service itself you can use this link: http://modazzle.com

Well, just remember to compensate for the lost time you use on Facebook then, ok?

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