Users will be able to invite up to 50 “contributors” on a shared album, each of whom can upload an additional 200 photos.
Two MIT students were having trouble finishing their dissertations because of Facebook. Time for some high-tech weaning.
Where did humanity come from? And where is it going? To the airport, as it turns out.
Social networks have infiltrated almost every aspect of the tech space, but web browsers seem strangely immune.
Bloomberg reports that Facebook “plans to sell TV-style commercials on its site for as much as $2.5 million a day, two people familiar with the matter said.”
Now everyone can read user-curated Flipboard magazines.
…unless you’re easily impressed.
What do your posts say about you? It’s geeks and jocks all over again.
While it may not seem like a big deal that poorer students aren’t sharing more on Facebook, not using the social network could harm them academically.
Now every comment can be worth 1,000 words. Facebook is rolling out the ability to pepper your comments with images in both the desktop and mobile web versions of the popular social network.
Facebook announced that it will no longer offer advertisers the ability to place Sponsored Stories, controversial advertisements that turn your social media activity into a commercial.