It was recently revealed that Facebook now has one billion users -- that's 15% of the world’s population. That’s a pretty impressive achievement for Mr. Zuckerburg, if you ask us. There’s no denying the top-notch social network has become integrated into our daily lives, and now there's a way to be physically rewarded by the site -- ‘Like-A-Hug.'
These days, everyone and their grandmother and pet hamster have Facebook. And most people would agree that the best use for the social networking site is passive stalkage of exes, frenemies and coworker crushes. So naturally, those fun killers at Facebook have decided to shut that business down.
You know it’s a bad day when a judge decides you need to spend some time behind bars because you didn’t delete your Facebook account. Is having a Facebook page now a crime? It seems that if you irk the wrong judge in the state of Kentucky, it just might be.
MySpace got social networking started for most, until Facebook came along and rendered it pointless. Facebook is the social network everyone and their grandmother is using now. But if and when the fascination with Facebook dies down, will the popularity of social network sites just die down with it, or will there be another to step in and take its place?
I'm a bit behind sometimes, like with planking. I didn't know what that was until about a month ago. I kept hearing the word so I finally looked it up. In case you too are behind, planking is laying face down with your hands straight down by your side and having your picture taken in that position. So now I'm trying to figure out what "horsemaning" is. I looked it up. Now I'll share, keep reading.
For those who spend tons of time of Facebook, the real world can feel like a foreign place: How can you know if that cute girl at the bar is single without a relationship status? How to remember the name of that guy from high school if he hasn’t been helpfully tagged? And how does one share an opinion on a clever magazine article or cool piece of art without a “like” button? Happily, liking things in real life just got a whole lot easier with Jailbreak Collective’s set of Like/Dislike stamps.
If you are throwing a party for yourself and you want to invite all of your friends, be careful using Facebook. A 16 year old girl in Germany decided to invite her friends to her sweet-sixteen birthday party but neglected to check her Facebook settings as "private". That is when the invite got way out of control. Over 1,500 people showed up and so did the police, firefighters and the ambulances.
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