A Fake Facebook Wedding

A Fake Facebook Wedding
One day, out of the blue, Tim sent a long Facebook message to about a dozen of his friends. It started with a general apology. He was sorry for his cynicism. He had never believed in love, and he'd been snide and dismissive about his friends …
Read more on New Yorker (blog)

We Live In A Facebook & Twitter World: When Will That Change?
As I wrote previously, Johannes Koponen cited "technological advances, pressures to keep growing and monetize, generational differences" as forcing the eventual demise of Facebook and Twitter. They're certainly not gone now. They're vibrant and larger …
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Facebook gives you another way to gripe about privacy
Facebook is constantly reworking its privacy settings in hopes of appeasing its users, but people are still confused by its array of settings. It removed its voting system in December due to a lack of active voters, but said it would come up with …
Read more on CNET (blog)

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