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The end of the year means two things around these parts: Top 10 lists galore and the holidays (ranked in that order). Also, being forced to don itchy, ill-fitting turtlenecks in the hopes of getting a cheap laugh. If just one …
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If you ever wondered what computer problems would look like if they were actually real, you’ve got your answer. Literally can’t open folders? God forbid if your firewall isn’t working, and all your windows are crashing.
Good thing we don’t take our computer problems too literally.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg took the stage at his company’s F8 developer conference to unveil the social network’s most drastic interface overhaul since 2008. The new features will be rolling out to users in the coming weeks, but here’s a quick preview of what’s in store.
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