sexta-feira, outubro 02, 2009

Facebook account disattivato - "Il tuo account è stato disabilitato. Se hai domande o dubbi

"Il tuo account è stato disabilitato. Se hai domande o dubbi, puoi visitare la nostra pagina FAQ qui".

Questo è il messaggio che facebook vi mostra quando provate ad accedere al vostro account, e vuol dire che vi hanno bannato.

Le cause per cui facebook disabilita gli account in linea di massima sono 3:

1. Eccessiva attività svolta, cioè se effettuate azioni ripetute in un minimo lasso di tempo,i bot (programma automatico di facebook) vi blocca per spam (l'invio di grandi quantità di messaggi indesiderati, generalmente commerciali). Giustamente potete pensare: "ma non si può neanche mandare uno stesso messaggio a più amici"? Si può fare ma senza esagerare, e soprattutto non si devono mandare messaggi a più persone in un tempo ristretto, (tipo un messaggio a 300 persone in 5 minuti) bisogna aspettare e fare le cose con calma in modo che i bot di facebook non vi blocca. Questo perché facebook guadagna con le sue pubblicità, ovvero permette ai suoi utenti di comprare pubblicità che verranno esposte agli utenti stessi di facebook, per cui se voi mandate dei messaggi a più persone il programma automatico percepisce il vostro messaggio come una pubblicità (in questo caso gratuita) quindi facebook non ti permette di farla se non a pagamento attraverso il suo sistema.

2. Eccessiva richiesta di amicizia a più persone in una frazione minima di tempo,facebook disattiva l'account per lo stesso motivo che vi ho spiegato prima, cioè pensa che voi fate tante richieste di amicizia per fare dello spam, di solito prima di disattivarvi completamente, vi blocca la possibilità di fare richieste di amicizia per un po' di giorni, se poi continuate ad esagerare vi banna definitivamente.

3. Violazione del regolamento sul comportamento dell'utente di facebook.
Offese alle religioni, insulti razzisti, ed immagini pornografiche od oscene possono comportare la disattivazione dell'account, soprattutto su segnalazione(cioè un utente di facebook segnala che il vostro profilo viola il regolamento), facebbok può bannarvi l' account anche per la creazione di gruppi che non rispettano il regolamento.

Come comportarsi quando l'account su facebook viene disattivato?

Contattare il seguente indirizzo (scrivetegli in inglese, se non sapete l'inglese usate il traduttore istantaneo di google)
Dovete domandare la causa della disattivazione e fornirgli una spiegazione di quello che stavate facendo prima che il vostro account di facebook è stato disattivato. Ovviamente dovete utilizzare l'e-mail con cui vi siete registrati.
Solitamente il team di facebook vi risponde alla vostra e-mail dopo 24 ore circa, e sono abbastanza chiari nel spiegarvi la causa della disattivazione, e se ritengono che il vostro account può essere riabilitato vi invieranno un'e-mail dicendovi che il vostro account è riaperto. Una volta che vi riapriranno il vostro account non perderete nulla di quello che avevate fatto, cioè :gruppi,amicizie,pagine,commenti,reportage,video ecc…tutto torna come prima.
Quindi evitate di mandare più messaggi a più persone in meno di pochi minuti altrimenti vi bannano di nuovo.


quinta-feira, outubro 01, 2009

Us: The Most Powerful Person in the Health-Care Debate, by Judy Bachrach

The Most Powerful Person in the Health-Care Debate, by Judy Bachrach

By Judy Bachrach
Image: Dirck Halstead

Editor's note: Judy Bachrach writes for Vanity Fair, and is the creator of, an online advice column for friends and relatives of the terminally ill.

Before the health-care debate goes any further — and it will go a lot further, no matter what kind of bill gets passed in Congress — let's stop and examine who's really responsible for making sure health-care costs are lean, sensible and bear some sort of resemblance to the quality of the actual medical services performed.

You are.

That's right. The first thing every patient forgets when she checks in at her doctor's office and observes the person behind the desk, completely mute, immobile and sunk into what appears to be a deep coma – is that she's the one in charge. And by that I mean you the patient are in charge of everything: the doctor's prices, the doctor's courtesy, the doctor's assistants, the doctor's promptness (or lack thereof) and above all, the quality of the doctor's services.

There are rules I invariably follow whenever I check in with anyone whose last name ends in MD, and they all have to do with how much I will pay for any visit to any doctor, no matter how exalted, revered or specialized. I know it sounds strange, especially in this day and age when far too many women are in awe of practitioners, but I'm the one who sets the doctor's fees. I'm the one who makes sure those fees are more or less what my insurance will cover. I'm the one who insists that specific services, promptness and courtesy be offered in exchange for those fees.

And not only for me, but for any relative or friend, especially if that relative is elderly and cannot fight for herself.

To read more, click here to go to

4 Ways French Women Stay Thin (Without the Gym)

By Mireille Guiliano
Editor's Note: Mireille Guiliano is the internationally bestselling author of French Women Don't Get Fat. Her latest book, Women, Work and the Art of Savoir Faire: Business Sense & Sensibility will appear in October. She can be reached at and

From the 15th floor windows of my New York City apartment, I have a clear view of a big and many windowed "health center," (aka a four-story gym complex). September is one of the gym's busiest months. Right after Labor Day, active women, who I hope are incorporating daily outdoor activities with a seasonal summer flavor into their daily routines, flock indoors to the gym and an artificial routine of treadmills, exercise bikes and medieval torture devices. I see them sweating early mornings and late at night from my windows. I see them going and coming from my daily walk as I pass the gym.
It is a sign of the times — but also our American culture — that many women seem to have only two modes: sitting or spinning. They're either avoiding even the slightest heart rate increase (like those women in my apartment building who take the elevator to the second floor) or they're sentencing themselves to hours at the gym as punishment for their indulgences throughout the day. So often I see the begrudging look on women's faces and hear the phrase, "I don't want to go to the gym, but I have to." Pourquoi? If you are eating mindfully, and eating the correct portion sizes, you don't have to torture yourself on those metal contraptions or run a marathon to stay trim. French women reject the notion of "no pain, no gain," opting for a more pleasurable notion of mild, sustained exertion. We prefer all-day movement, what I like to call "the slow burn," and we practice it as second nature instead of attacking it like boot camp.

Sleeping Beauty? 10 Sleeping Tips from the French

Exercise requires the same sense of balance we require in other aspects of our life. We know by now that most dieting has a yo-yo effect and fails; we must recognize that too little and too much exercise meet the same fate. Overexertion at the gym may actually sabotage your weight loss goals. Too many women I know go overboard on the treadmill, and then eat more as either mental or hunger compensation. Eating a protein bar loaded with chemicals and calories just to burn them off seems silly. Or is it just to moi? The overheated workout also often leads to defeatism (I give up!). My window survey confirms those overcrowded gyms in January are half as crowded in February and March. Those New Year's resolutions may provide us with the motivation, but after a few weeks of killing ourselves on the elliptical, we burn out.

French women see exertion as an integral part of the day. I encourage you to look at everyday movement (what you do in street clothes, not spandex) as essential to your overall wellness, and not to see exertion as something assigned to the gym. Here are a few French tips on how to stay fit without ever setting foot in la gym.  

1.) Don't save your steps, multiply them! Instead of driving your car around in circles to find a close spot, purposefully park far away and walk the couple extra feet. Do you know burning a mere 50 extra calories a day equates to five pounds a year?! Burn those calories creatively; think thrice about using interoffice mail, walk that memo to your coworker's office. Take an extra few laps around the block at lunchtime, take the long way home when walking your dog at night. The principle is to squeeze as much physical exertion as possible during a few intervals a day into what were once routine tasks tied to avoiding any physical efforts. 

2.) Incorporate simple resistance movements into your daily routine. Use your own body weight as resistance wherever possible. Isometric exercises, discreet but effective, are very French. This can be done before you even leave the house in the morning. For example, while waiting in traffic or on the subway, contract your abs for 12 seconds with your back pressed against the seat (it's better for you than road rage). When reading a magazine at home, try sitting on the floor with your legs stretched and apart in a V and your hands on each side; this is a great stretch for your inner thigh muscles.

'I Was a Miserable Overweight Person'

3.) Take care of your core. I'm a firm believer that we need to attend to our abdominals as we age. These are the muscles that hold all our vital organs in place; they support good posture and a healthy spine, something we must take care of as we get older. Do a few sit-ups as part of a little stretch/exercise/yoga routine in the morning — it's never too early or too late to start this ritual.  

4.) Acquaint yourself with small to moderate free weights (3-5 lbs.), especially if you're over 40. A bit of extremely simple resistance training is an antidote to hours spent on gym machines. Short but focused movement with small weights is a good way to preserve upper body tone and bone density and supplement the cardiovascular benefits of an active lifestyle. A little goes a long way, and that only increases the older you get, so don't let extremism overtake you. 

To read steps 5-7 click here

[Photo Credit: Shutterstock]

quarta-feira, setembro 30, 2009

Aftermath of Tropical Storm Ketsana - “The rain was heavy and the wind was like crazy,”

DA NANG, Vietnam — Typhoon Ketsana headed west toward Laos on Wednesday after battering central Vietnam with powerful winds and heavy rain, leaving behind blue and sunny skies but dangerously rising floodwaters. The official death toll in Vietnam was placed at 41, but officials said that number was expected to rise as more reports came in and as the floodwaters threatened further destruction.

Typhoon Ketsana headed west toward Laos on Wednesday after battering central Vietnam with powerful winds and heavy rain, leaving behind blue and sunny skies but dangerously rising floodwaters. At left, much of Danang was under water on Wednesday.

Photo: Reuters

A woman looked at flooding from the bow of a boat on Wednesday in the preserved town of Hoi An, which is popular with tourists. The floods could reach the historic highs of 1964, a relief and disaster mitigation coordinator said.

Photo: Julian Abram Wainwright/European Pressphoto Agency

A man tried to get in his flooded house in Hoi An. Flooding receded Wednesday there and in the ancient capital of Hue.

Photo: Hoang Dinh Nam/Agence France-Presse -- Getty Images

The Philippine government appealed for international help as the death toll rose to at least 240 due to floods caused by Typhoon Ketsana. A woman washed clothes recovered from her house, which was destroyed, in the town of Pilila Rizal, east of Manila, on Monday.

Photo: John Javellana/Reuters

Inside a morgue in the town of Tanay, Rizal, east of Manila, a relative reacted after confirming the identity of a loved one killed by the floods.

Photo: John Javellana/Reuters

Children slept at a makeshift evacuation center in Cantas on the outskirts of Manila on Monday.

Photo: Mike Clarke/Agence France-Presse -- Getty Images

segunda-feira, setembro 28, 2009

Silvio Berlusconi is the only one who won’t have Michelle Obama’s hugs! (10 pics) - Berlusconi non ha ricevuto l'abbraccio di Michele Obama

A dinner was organized for the G20 leaders in Pittsburgh and Michelle Obama received the guests by kissing and hugging except for one…

Gordon Brown (Prime Minister of the UK) got his hug and kiss, the same for Angela Merkel (German Chancellor) and Stephen Harper (Canadian Prime Minister); Nicolas Sarkozy (French President) and even Dimitry Medvedev (Russian President) got it too but Silvio Berlusconi (Italian Prime Minister) only got a formal handshake!

I guess his reputation precedes him… ))

Berlusconi is the only one who won't have Michelle Obama's hugs! (10 pics)
Berlusconi is the only one who won't have Michelle Obama's hugs! (10 pics)
Berlusconi is the only one who won't have Michelle Obama's hugs! (10 pics)
Berlusconi is the only one who won't have Michelle Obama's hugs! (10 pics)
Berlusconi is the only one who won't have Michelle Obama's hugs! (10 pics)
Berlusconi is the only one who won't have Michelle Obama's hugs! (10 pics)
Berlusconi is the only one who won't have Michelle Obama's hugs! (10 pics)
Berlusconi is the only one who won't have Michelle Obama's hugs! (10 pics)
Berlusconi is the only one who won't have Michelle Obama's hugs! (10 pics)

Berlusconi is the only one who won't have Michelle Obama's hugs! (10 pics)

[via Telegraph]

domingo, setembro 27, 2009

Regista Roman Polanski arrestato in Svizzera su richiesta degli Stati Uniti


Il regista Roman Polanski è stato arrestato oggi su richiesta degli Stati Uniti, mente cercava di entrare in Svizzera per ricevere questa sera un premio. Lo ha detto in un comunicato lo Zurich film festival.

Polanski è stato arrestato sulla base di un ordine di cattura emesso dalle autorità degli Stati Uniti nel 1978, si legge nella nota.

Il regista avrebbe dovuto ricevere un premio alla carriera al festival del cinema questa sera, dando inizio ad una retrospettiva della sua carriera cinematografica.

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