First, they turned Google into a verb. Now, the Internet behemoth may hit the silver screen.
Dr. Laura. The Ground Zero mosque. Wikileaks. If there’s a scandal, Sarah Palin is ready, BlackBerry in hand, to comment — and get some attention for herself, too.
As if we didn’t already know enough about each other thanks to Facebook, the social network behemoth has added one more step, which allows members to share where they are while on the move.
Nope. At least not this song.
For those of you who have been yearning for a dislike button to compliment Facebook’s like feature, well, be prepared to keep yearning.
The conservative radio host posted his wedding photos to Facebook. Let’s all share in the nuptials (and the unlikely presence of Elton John) shall we? (via Facebook)
The JetBlue flight attendant who Freaked! Out! already has some 13,000 backers on Facebook.
Do you have a job? While at work, how often are you surfing social media sites such as Facebook, or Twitter? Chances are the answers to those questions are yes, and very. If so, you could be costing your company quite a bit of …
It’s bad enough that someone thinks the founding of Facebook needs a movie. But YouTube too?
Like it or not, the conservative’s comments are screened.
Be honest — do you have Facebook open in another window? Chances are, you do.
“People did not understand the privacy settings and this is the result.”
— SIMON DAVIES, of watchdog group Privacy International, on a hacker posting details from 100 million Facebook profiles on file-sharing site the Pirate …