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Comic: Facebook Changes in a Nutshell

Written on September 26, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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In this world, nothing is constant but change. And Facebook is not an exemption to it.

Outlined at last week’s F8 Conference are the number of changes that Facebook underwent. However, the social networking giant’s new user interface caused an uproar to its users.

But as the comic from Endless Origami points out, people have been through this before. While it may leave many users scrambling to catch up with the changes, things might be settled in a few days or weeks. Will this be the case, or do you think the Mark Zuckerberg went too far this time?

See the comic after the cut, and let All We Like know you opinion by leaving a comment.

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