Browse Blog Posts Tagged With “Facebook”

15,000 New OpenDNS Users Thanks to One Man's Passion for the Service

We love hearing stories from our users about how they’re using OpenDNS, so much in fact, that we frequently ask our Facebook friends and Twitter followers to tell us about their experiences. And when Dustin Springman, network…

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OpenDNS.com: now reachable over IPv6

It’s still Tuesday, June 7 here at OpenDNS headquarters in San Francisco, but in lots of places around the world it’s already June 8, World IPv6 Day. That means for the next 24 hours OpenDNS.com and hundreds of other websites are…

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And the Prize for Best Slogan Goes To...

Earlier this month, we asked you to come up with your favorite OpenDNS slogan. We like to say OpenDNS makes networks safer, faster, smarter and more reliable, but we wanted to hear how you describe us, too.

When we closed the…

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News Feed: Facebook became a fan of OpenDNS.

This week Facebook recommended OpenDNS on its Security Page, the place Facebook users are encouraged to go to learn how to stay safe on Facebook and on the Internet. OpenDNS is recommended because it takes the guesswork out of…

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Facebook: to block or not to block

Admittedly, I was late to the game.

When I finally created a Facebook account +/- one month ago, I was shocked to see all of the people from various phases of my life who’d beat me there. There were childhood friends, high school…

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