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The situation's like this: you have been dumped and left alone. So how do you start to move on? Yes, you can begin with deleting the photos which captured your happy times together. Great news is Facebook has the same idea as well.
When you break-up with your beau, you tend to delete all the connections that will remind you of him or her. Bitter as it may seem, but this is the first step in moving on. Good thing Facebook lends a hand. If you check out your Facebook profile, it no longer shows photos of your ex. Ex-Boyfriends and girlfriends are not permitted in the “Photo Memories” box.
The Photo Memories box appears on the right hand corner of your rofile. This corner is where Facebook suggests friends and “Like” pages that you might be interested to add. The long-forgotten photos shows up, but these friends were chosen by Facebook’s algorithm for those whom you still want to have connection with. If you analyze this more, these memories create were gathered based on the writings on your wall or the messages you typed months ago.Read the rest of the article »
Yesterday, Facebook was down and people started fuzzed about it. What is it all about? Facebook created Groups which enables users form their own cliques.
Facebook is huge. If it happens to be a conqueror, probably it had the world in its hands. Admit it, almost all of the people on earth can’t live without Facebook. It was part of you now. And it gets bigger and bigger everyday. Add to its growing empire the newly introduced feature. Presenting, the Facebook Groups. It is like a Facebook within Facebook.
On the movie The Social Network, Mark Zuckerberg and the twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss stressed out that their network should be exclusive. Then, this must be the exclusivity they are talking about.
The ability of Groups to create a users little kingdom with just your friends. You can interact to this friends and only them can see what you are up to. So now you have your own exclusive “hideout”.
Facebook has created a community of its own. With this, Facebook is definitely larger than life.View Article Source »
At first we thought it's a victory party for the movie, The Social Network, but it's not. It's an intimate event that Facebook didn't bother elaborating what is it for. No hints, no clues. So we just made few quite good guesses.
It has been ages after Facebook launched a big stepping stone in the name of Places. They recently revamped the gaming focus nearly two weeks ago plus high-res for photos. An invitation unexpectedly appeared on our screens and it’s from Facebook. The date and time said Wednesday at 10 AM. No hints on why they are making a gala but we can always guess.
Few guesses include:
- Places: The missing key features and campaigns that are needed to further develop the program
- Credits: What more can we do about this credentials? How about the call and SMS features, Mark Zuckerberg?
- Ipad: No there is no official Facebook for iPad app. Its been six whole months since iPad landed on our doorsteps but the official Facebook app is still nowhere to be seen.
- Facebook Bar: They had announced this, a Meebo Bar clone. But still missing in action.
- Facebook Phone: Okay, they’ve denied the phone ever existed. But rumors are still high.
Even though The Social Network received tremendous criticisms, it did not stop them from to conquer the weekend box office.
The Social Network was unrelenting this weekend. Pulling a $23 million on its premiere surely makes Sorkin and Fincher’s film a success. It was definitely a weekend box office.
The film has received numerous positive reviews from critics. Even the critic site, Metacritic ranks it as 97 out of 100. Exemplary and quite exceptional grade.
The USA Today take notes that ticket sales might improve because the film has took its aim on the demographic side. The popularity of Facebook will add up to the fame as well as those who are concern enough to know the background of the favorite social network.Read the rest of the article »
The Social Network, the film about our beloved Facebook, should be given billions of "likes." Discover how the genius people behind the popular social network site found billion friends and few enemies.
Mark Zuckerberg and his famous social networking site, Facebook, gets in to Hollywood via The Social Network Movie.
The story revolves around the Harvard undergrad and computer programming genius Mark Zuckerburg. While sitting on his computer he suddenly develops a brilliant idea. Behind the door of his dorm room is now the biggest, and most popular social networking and communications interface, that is, Facebook. Six years later, plus 500 million friends, he became the world’s youngest billionaire. But potential threats to both personal and legal complication followed.
The film was directed by David Fincher and screenplay by Aaron Sorkin. It gives you the idea that gaining 500 billion friends comes with a few enemies.Read the rest of the article »
Many have commented about privacy issue on Facebook before but when you use Facebook, do you really care about your privacy?
The launch of Facebook Places caused many critics to raise an eyebrow. The idea was to alert friends of users where they are in real time. These will also post information on the location itself.
The critics saw the flaw of the settings. First and foremost you can tag your friends even if they don’t happen to be there. The News Feed will take note of the activities in the said place. To critics, this is over sharing and we should specify the privacy setting of our accounts.
This wasn’t the first time Facebook received a criticism on privacy. In fact Facebook’s problems were stretch back to its founding when Harvard sophomore Mark Zuckerberg hacked the school’s network to get pictures of the students. It masked the platform of this invention.
But who cares about privacy when you use Facebook?View Article Source »
Block whoever you want to block except the CEO.
He is the CEO and we cannot block him. You can block anyone on Facebook, but not Mark Zuckerberg because he owns the company. We tried to block the big guy and to our surprise we can’t. A window prompt always pops out saying :
“General Block failed error: Block failed.”
We are amazed and quite impressed. We personally like Zuckerberg’s brilliant ideas and all. Especially the 2005 business card that says “I’m CEO…Bitch.” We find it funny and we forgive the engineers of Facebook for the confidential user data leisure time.
But we do hope that Zuckerberg will develop more mature apps and more mature features. Because as we see it Facebook grows its quantity but the quality for adults is still slow. The social network site should be at least growing up too, right?View Article Source »
One page, thousand photos: the new feature of Facebook photo albums.
Thank you Facebook! Well it seems that Facebook values its 5 Million Users because they are making the social networking better.
Facebook photo albums are now offering us bigger photos and a single page full of the album’s content. A way much easier than the previous browsing.
Before, photo albums wore organized pages with 20 photos each page. Even though it is more organized, clicking next is annoying and tiresome. The different photo sizes made the albums little bit messy. But now, we’re loving every bit of it.Read the rest of the article »
Prop 8 Ruling has was uploaded on Scribd and the world wide web turned upside down.
Judge of Federal Society Vaughn Walker nullify California’s Proposition 8 which denies marriage to same-sex partners. Afterward, a PDF file of the Judge appeared on the famed document sharing Scribd. As expected, the file spread all through out the Internet like a viral disease.
A Scribd user, “goodasyou” uploaded a PDF entitled “Prop 8 Ruling FINAL”. According to Mashable.com, they learned about the issue when an email came to them. The email was from Scribd Senior Communications Officer Michelle Laird saying that the document was receiving a thousand views per second.Read the rest of the article »
Twitter takes its kind of microblogging to another level through a new feature. Find out how you can turn your feeds into a steady stream of multimedia.
Your stream of tweets is about to be essentially altered. A new setting in your Twitter account allows you to publish personal media directly to your feeds. Through Tweet Media you can share audio, images and videos on Twitter. This is definitely going to tweak your Twitter experience!
It is a wide-ranging setting that definitely adds to the entertainment value and personal usefulness of the fastest microblogging system on the face of social media. The setting, which is currently undergoing inline multimedia tests, can be adjusted based on your preference. It lets you choose how you want your files to be shared across the social networking site:
“By default, you’ll only see images and videos shared by people you’re following, and reveal those by people you’re not. Check this box to see media from everyone on Twitter.”
Meantime, this feature has been disabled by Twitter. Stay tuned for the latest update on Tweet Media.View Article Source »
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