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How we help Facebook make billions

Every post you 'like'. Every friend you add or fan page you join. Every place you check in, and every Web page you recommend.

In fact, to us these actions are a way how we enjoy and use this social network. But to Facebook, it is a way how they get those billions.

In business, it is said that i... (read more)

 

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Instagram Camera

The question is 'What would Instagram look like if it were a real camera?'

Any suggestions? The team at ADR Studio shared one.

Since Facebook has bought Instagram for nearly a billion dollars in cash and stock, many users, bloggers, economy experts have thought Instagram could build its first real photo camera. So, that’s is!

It comes with 16 gigs of storage, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, a touchscreen display, two lenses (one dedicated and another for 3-D filters, apps and QR-code scanning) and internal printer a la Polaroid.

The thing is th... (read more)

 

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The Corporation of Good rushes to help!

The developers of the worldwide-known social network Facebook announced that they tend to be affiliated to some considerable resources in order to support programs that can help to prevent suicide attempts. 'It gives us the great opportunity to give every possible assistance to everyone who needs ... (read more)

 

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Facebook and narcissism

Do you have lots of Facebook friends and very often update your status? Congrats! A new study by Western Illinois University suggests that you may be a narcissist. Thus, this study showed a link between the number of Facebook friends you have and how active you are on the site to the likelihood of b... (read more)

 

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Mass Affect

!SPOILER ALERT!

This post contains spoilers about the ending of Mass Effect 3.

!SPOILER ALERT!

I knew it. I knew it from the very beginning. Oozes of gamers I know would try to convince me Mass Effect is not just a good game series: they'd say it is gorgeous, fabulous, magnificent, and superficially majestic, better than all Diablo, The Elder Scrolls and Warcraft combined. After singi... (read more)

 

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Taming Facebook?

It looks like this day is Facebook's day. Every single interesting thing I read in tech blogs or come across on the Web has somehow to do with the planet's biggest social network.

This article by Anil Dash is no exception.

The guy essentially maintains the point of view, according to which Zuckerberg and his... (read more)

 

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Glitchr

Just tell me, tell me pleae, what on Earth is this thing, and how the guys who have made it have done it? Seriosuly, I'm not that good at programming, and I'm no Facebook-freak, starting to stutter every time I come across some weird stuff that is somehow connected with this site, but it really makes me paran... (read more)

 

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The Facebook Faces

The very emoticon concept will never be the same after the changes in the emoticon system the administration of Facebook introduced this Christmas.

The idea is just super simple: from now on you can use any user or event profile picture as an emoticon.

In order to do it, you should

1) copy the u... (read more)

 

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Either to ban or to reward

I've come across one interesting thing. Social networks became the subject of bitter argument as they were suspected of having provoked a set of riots in the UK. Of course, in the world of telephones, emails, icq, skype and other developed technologies Facebook and Twitter are the chief instigators.... (read more)