Ged McMahon

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Ged McMahon joined the YourLifeChoices team in October of 2011 but has since moved on. He lives in Melbourne, is into sport, is the proud father of two gold fish and is considering getting a dog. Formerly a fitness instructor, he went back to school to study Professional Writing and Editing and is now carving a career as a writer.

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ALL ARTICLES FROM Ged McMahon

Be careful what you post

Be careful what you post

A man from Cincinnati in the USA is currently posting daily apologies to his ex-wife on his

Facebook folly

Facebook folly

Be careful what you type. We are constantly hearing stories of people getting into hot water over

Social Networking
How to untag Facebook photos

How to untag Facebook photos

Most Facebook users would agree that the site is a great way to share images with your friends. But

Resolution required

Resolution required

The current Labor Party leadership wrangle (link to news piece) has gone too far and must be

Addiction spares nobody

Addiction spares nobody

The passing of Whitney Houston over the weekend is yet another reminder of how addiction can

Smartphones
4G has arrived

4G has arrived

Telstra has recently launched its 4G network complete with a brand new 4G smartphone. While the

Time to accept change

Time to accept change

This week the Government will introduce legislation allowing compulsory body scans at Australia's International

No Scan No Fly

No Scan No Fly

From July this year passengers travelling through Australian International Airports can be

Safety Online
Make the most of Timeline

Make the most of Timeline

Facebook Timeline will soon be compulsory for all users of the popular social networking site.

Social Networking
Big change to Facebook

Big change to Facebook

Facebook is currently undergoing one of the biggest changes in its history. The introduction of

New photo please

New photo please

I've become a little bit tired of the photo of Prime Minister Julia Gillard being ushered away

Legal & General
Landline decline

Landline decline

A current trend in telecommunication is to ditch the landline and use a mobile phone instead. It

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