Following Twitter, Instagram, and others, Facebook has officially added the option to embed status updates, photos, or videos from its users on any site. Until now, reposting something that had…
Hmm. I’m gonna give this a try:
Budweiser cup makes toasting drinkers instant friends on Facebook. Cool.
I like it. I really like it. It was time for a bit of a refresh. You know how people wonder why Facebook hasn’t died off yet and remains relevant? This is why. They’re not afraid of adapting and changing their visual design and overall user experience along the way. It’s also iterative design in best practice. It’s also why I love Tumblr as well. Read more over at The Verge.
Fun? Try it out. Tell me what you think.
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Find out how many days you have left to live, so that you may waste them more bravely.
Clothing label Diesel has launched a new campaign, which helps users count the number of days they have left to live.
Users will be asked harmless questions such as their height, weight and eating habits—to more private questions, like medical history and sexual experiences.
After answering all their questions, Diesel will calculate the number of days the user has left before dying.
Yesterday, Instagram (owned by Facebook) introduced a change in user policy that has gotten pretty much everyone pissed off. All those photos you’ve uploaded to Instagram? Instagram and Facebook have now declared those photos are theirs and they have the right to sell them or do whatever without ever telling you, without your permission, with no opt-out.
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