free-notes.net now has a fan page on Facebook.
I am planning to post news concerning free-notes.net sometimes.
Besides I am very curious about your comments.
It would be very nice, if you would become a fan. Perhaps free-notes.net will become a bit more popular.
I will build the corresponding page on Google+ when Google will provide better ways to post by program.
Perhaps a short explanation for the both buttons on the bottom of each page ("F
Recommend" und "+1
"). The "Recommend" button of Facebook is known from 1000 other pages. Clicking on it you tell your friends (and of course Facebook) that you like the page. And the "+1" button is the corresponding button of Google. But unfortunately both are kind of problematic related to data protection (at least in old Europe). Both buttons are normally integrated into the page in a way that they are downloaded from Facebook or Google directly. So both companies know, which page your are viewing (and who you are), only by displaying the page. You do not even have to click their button or be logged-in into Facebook.
Of course not everybody wants that both companies know practically every visited page. For this reason the publisher Heise-Verlag
has developed a solution. I am using this solution (with small changes) in free-notes.net. It works in a way that firstly nothing of the both companies is downloaded. I am showing simply some pictures of buttons. And not before you do the first click, the original button is downloaded and shown.
Unfortunately you have to click a second time then to make the recommendation. But I hope, I can expect this from my fans. And more unfortunately this way Facebook resp. Google does not know, how many users this site really has. But this is something that must be expected from free-notes.net.
So it would be nice and kind, if you would click here sometimes.