The strange comment Constant Dullaart left on my wall sounded like him, but I knew that it wasn't.
Articles tagged "facebook"
Wall Street is unimpressed.
But are "friends" really Friends if you don't notice when they're gone?
Prayers are sent via tweets, love is expressed through Facebook, solidarity is captured through the haze of an Instagram filter. Everything, tagged and counted.
If you imagine your Facebook profile is a bedroom where you cybersnuggle with your friends, Facebook Home is the whole house.
The first piece of affirmative evidence is the email on the bottom of the home page: Themarke51@aol.com.
It's a bummer to see yet another privacy law get cut up in the quest to make all of our data as shareable as possible.
Today, as the second bubble slowly deflates, the network has evolved from curiosity to necessity, and as such is under greater threat than ever before.
If you really want a personalized newspaper, go buy a copy of The New York Times and throw away the sections you don't like.
Bang With Friends is now quantifying sexiness with a FICO-esque number.
Hey, you all seem like the kind of folks who'd be interested in a free trip to San Francisco for an insider's look at Silicon Valley. Our friends over at General Assembly have managed, likely thro…
Everybody! Gather whatever belongings you can and head to the nearest fallout shelter, because hackers just broke into Apple Headquarters, and the evil code-clipping villains got Facebook, too.
It feels like a no-brainer for all you social media native kids out there, but the generation that's currently running the country doesn't really understand how Facebook works.
The dating app that translates superficial flirting into an interactive game on your phone.
An interview with the anonymous purveyors of the new friends-with-benefits hookup tool.
It's been over three years since Facebook poked America in the eye with a new photo tagging feature that took advantage of some very scary technology.
Let's get one thing clear right at the outset: Nobody likes pedophiles.
"You will rue the day when you called in the government."
The Facebook Graph Search feature will make all the weird stuff you're into publicly searchable.
The upside of establishing a new tax on data mining isn't immediately apparent, but it's there.
A new study says we remember Facebook posts better than faces, or stuff from books. Other research says we may not remember Facebook well either. So, which is it?
The ever-present fear of leaving your account logged in.
All our data is only useful if you can find it, easily and quickly. It was on this single premise that Google built its empire: if you can map the territory, you can control it.