Want to bring back travel photos that your friends actually enjoy viewing on Facebook? Want to make sure you don’t miss anything when visiting a new culture? Then it’s time to make a list! We all have our easy ruts we fall into when photographing, but travel, for me, is about expanding my view. Show More Summary
The Vidalia Onion Committee encourages consumers to submit inspirational thoughts, stories and recipes through its Facebook page for a chance to win $500 and $500 for a charity.
A 35-year-old Wisconsin mother Kari Milberg, who was accused of using Facebook messenger 19 seconds before causing crash that killed her 11-year-old-daughter and her two nieces, – both 5 – was acquitted Wednesday of all charges, according to KARE 11. Show More Summary
Facebook is adopting a new way of sorting content on your news feed that actually seems to be beneficial to users rather than businesses.
The baby boomer generation has witnessed technological advancements and changes as never seen in humanity's history. We have been given many wonderful gifts that altered our world dramatically. My age (over 60) allowed me to witnessShow More Summary
"I always wondered what kinds of assumptions she had." Did she know my absence wasn't my choice? The post I Was an Absentee Dad Until My Daughter Found Me on Facebook appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The world's largest social network initially created its Paper app to experiment with new ways to read Facebook. Two and a half years later, it's being shut down.
Technically Incorrect: In his new book, former Facebook product manager Antonio García Martinez says Facebook management got upset if women's skirts were too short.
Facebook Paper could have given publishers the reach they lost yesterday in the News Feed, but no one wanted the standalone news reading app. Facebook has pulled the Paper app from the app store and will discontinue support for existing downloads of it on July 29th, according to a message show to all user. Show More Summary
Facebook will remove its Paper app from the iOS App Store. An in-app message stated that Paper will no longer work after July 29. Facebook launched Paper in February 2014, offering iPhone users a new design and UI, giving them full screen photos and status updates that made the social network look more like a newsreader than a website. Show More Summary
Vietnam War veteran and activist Ron Kovic, left, speaks to Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer in this still image from Kovic’s Facebook Live session at Truthdig headquarters on Thursday. (Truthdig) It remains the case that those in power who call for war are often not the same people whose lives and families bear the brunt of armed conflict. Show More Summary
This fellow, Keith Roberts, was sent to us by the good folks at Green Beret Posers Exposed. he used to go by the Facebook handle, Bullgoose Roberts, but for some reason he scrubbed that profile and renamed himself Beano Jones. Of course, he claims to be Special Forces; He also claims that he was in […]
Facebook's Paper app is officially shutting down. Users of the news curation app, which launched in February 2014, were alerted to the shutdown via a message when they opened the app, according to The Verge. While Paper was lauded as...Show More Summary
On March 9, 2018, Wreck-It Ralph will be back again with a fiery vengeance. Nearly 4 years after the huge box office success of the first Wreck-It Ralph film, Disney announced a sequel on a Facebook livestream today. The announcement was made by Rich Moore, the director of the original Wreck-It Ralph. Moore was joined […]
Facebook will be pulling its alternative iPhone app Paper from the App Store today, The Verge reports, before the service is totally shut down on July 29th. more… Filed under: Apple
Congratulations to all the folks on Facebook and Twitter that have spent he past four years quietly learning hordes of information about the European Union and United Kingdom. Your devotion to informing yourself before resolutely expressing your opinion that fully one half or another of he United Kingdom are all idiots is laudable. Show More Summary
On a livestream broadcast on Facebook, Walt Disney Animation Studios announced a sequel to Wreck-It Ralph for release in theaters on March 9, 2018. What's the holdup? After wrecking video games in his feature film debut in 2012, Ralph has set his sights on the Internet, and, well, that's a lot of pipes. Show More Summary
Sporting a T-shirt that says, "Dear Santa, I can explain," Chris Young announced today via a live Facebook chat that he is making his first Christmas album. "This is something I've wanted to do for a really, really, really long time," he said, "and I'm so glad RCA is letting me do...
In early June, Vanity Fair ran a lengthy excerpt of Chaos Monkeys: Obscene Fortune and Random Failure in Silicon Valley, a purported tell-all from Antonio Garcia Martinez, a former Facebook employee who was fired after two years at the company. Show More Summary
Some celebrities like Twitter, some like Facebook and some don't use any social media at all. But, for Daniel Radcliffe, there's only one social network worth using — and that's Google+. "It's something that I can do that just doesn't,...Show More Summary