Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced his social networking behemoth passed 500 million active users today.
Has a video called “Martial Law Plans Revealed?” landed on your Facebook home page yet? If so, you now have permission to laugh at whoever takes it seriously.
In a federal court hearing on Tuesday, Facebook said it was “unsure” whether founder Mark Zuckerberg signed a contract giving Paul Ceglia an ownership stake in the company.
New research shows that, in addition to likes, the social networking giant has secured its share of eye rolls.
It’s ominous and dramatic — and even uses Radiohead’s song “Creep.”
Remember when being a “maverick” was considered a positive? Scott Brown tried to cross party lines, and all he got were angry Republican voters. (via Swampland)
Too cheap to get a real gift for your Facebook friend’s birthday? Well, act fast – you can only get him a digital cupcake until the end of this month.
Admit it, you’re guilty. Repeat after me, my name is _______ and I am a Facebook addict.
Lady Gaga has become the first living person to get 10 million fans on Facebook. Check out the other nine celebs that made the cut. (via BBC)
NewsFeed enjoys being on Facebook. NewsFeed enjoys the work of actor Jessie Eisenberg. So why doesn’t NewsFeed enjoy the trailer for The Social Network, the new movie about Facebook’s journey from campus time-waster to Internet giant?
Revenue for the world’s biggest social network was close to $800 million in 2009, according to a report from Reuters.