Hide embarrassing or private Facebook activity Video
Hide embarrassing or private Facebook activity Video Transcript
With so many apps and websites linked with Facebook, it's hard to keep track of what activity you're sharing with who. If you're not careful, Facebook could be exposing things you'd rather keep private. The good news is you can easily remove activities like reading an article, commenting or listening to music. In the Facebook app, head to your profile and swipe left across these boxes until the activity log shows up. Tap that and you'll see every single activity Facebook has followed and documented on your profile. From here, just find the activity you want to remove, tap the arrow and hit delete which will remove the action entirely. Or hide from timeline which will keep that activity as is but it won't show up on your profile. Much better. For CNET.com, I'm Sharon Vaknin.
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Directed by Richard Lester, who also directed the band's debut feature film 'A Hard Days Night', 'Help!' made its theatrical debut in 1965. The story follows The Beatles as they become passive recipients of an outside plot that revolves around Ringo's possession of a sacrificial ring, which he cannot remove from his finger. As a result, he and his bandmates John, Paul and George are chased from London to the Austrian Alps and the Bahamas by religious cult members, a mad scientist and the London police.
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' 'Help!' ' 'You're Going To Lose That Girl' ' 'You've Got To Hide Your Love Away' ' 'Ticket To Ride' ' 'I Need You' ' 'The Night Before' ' 'Another Girl'
The DVD is a 2-disc set. Disc 1 features the original film digitally restored with a newly created 5.1 soundtrack, while Disc 2 contains an hour of extra features, including:
'The Beatles in Help! ' 30 minute documentary about the making of the film with Richard Lester, the cast and crew. Includes exclusive behind the scenes footage of The Beatles on set.
'A Missing Scene ' Featuring Wendy Richard 'The Restoration of Help! ' An in depth look at the restoration process. 'Memories of Help! ' The cast and crew reminisce 'Theatrical Trailers ' 2 US trailers and 1 Spanish trailer. '1965 US Radio Spots - Hidden in disc menus. There are 2 editions of the DVD - a standard digipack and a deluxe boxed set that will contain a reproduction of Richard Lester's original annotated script, 8 lobby cards and a poster, plus a 60-page book with rarely seen photographs and production notes from the movie. Both the deluxe book and the standard booklet feature an introduction by Richard Lester and an appreciation by Martin Scorsese.
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