facebook

Articles from this Tag

Create stories using social media

There are several tools where you just enter a twitter handle and you can create a story or news hub. We have storify (beta) that turns what people post on social media into stories.  Collect the best photos, video, tweets and more to publish them as simple, beautiful stories that can be embedded anywhere. There is […]

Read more

Evolution: Blogs to Microblogs to Twitter to Foursquare to Picplz and Instagram

Content is still the king. In the past content was generated by a small elite of journalists, correspondents… big news agencies, or journalist with opinion and good writing. This has been changing. They are struggling to find their place now. Traditional media is married to a physical support (paper) which is expensive to produce and distribute, it is not […]

Read more

Social Networking: The Present

Social Networking in Web 2.0: Plaxo & LinkedIn Mark Suster who joined GRP Partners in 2007 after having worked with GRP for nearly 8 years as a two-time entrepreneur. Most recently Mark was Vice President, Product Management at Salesforce.comI wrote in his last post where he discussed the origins of social networking online, beginning with CompuServe, […]

Read more

Facebook email

Yesterday Facebook annouced a new email system for Facebook with @facebook.com. Mark Zuckerberg said “This is not an email killer. This is a messaging experience that includes email as one part of it,”. It’s all about making communication simpler. “This is the way that the future should work,”. Here are the keys to what a […]

Read more

Google’s New Feature: Trap My Contacts Now

Want to import your Gmail address book into Facebook? Google is happy to let you do that (although it doesn’t want to make it easy). But first, it wants you to be aware of what you’re doing namely, that you are importing them into a place where you will never be able to get them […]

Read more

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg in the New Yorker

A very interesting article that you can find at the New Yorker: Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook in his college dorm room six years ago. Five hundred million people have joined since, and eight hundred and seventy-nine of them are his friends. The site is a directory of the world’s people, and a place for private […]

Read more

Facebook Places Video

Read more

Facebook adds Location: Facebook Places

Finally Facebook has partnered with Gowalla and Foursquare to create Facebook Places. They just updated the iPhone app but it is still not working. Nothing on the web yet. A lot of questions though: How are they going to use Places? How are they going the manage check-ins? They said they were partnering with Gowalla […]

Read more

What is facebook publishing about you?

Check it out with this website: http://zesty.ca/facebook Then adjust your privacy settings accordingly (in facebook sure).

Read more

Why Doesn’t Facebook Look Like This?

Read more

Facebook, Twitter and YouTube redesign their websites

In the last months we have seen some Internet titans redesign their websites. Facebook First it was Facebook. They changed a lot. Before they had this bar at the bottom of the page with the apps, chat and so, which is now back to the traditional menus in the top and left. People complained at […]

Read more

Using Buzz in your Gmail? Try Facebook chrome extension

If you have a gmail account they you have noticed that buzz is there. You might like it or not (now you can turn it off). If you do, and you are a chrome user (I am when I am not on my mac) then try the Google Chrome extension that adds Facebook into the left […]

Read more

Facebook adding location features soon

Facebook confirmed yesterday that it is working on a Location-based product but said that it has re-evaluated its plans to focus more on Places like restaurants. As part of a larger blog post about clarifying language around privacy controls, Facebook deputy general counsel Michael Richter said that the company now has “different ideas” that are “even […]

Read more

Facebook Makes Spontaneous Event Planning Easier

Facebook has updated its publisher tool to allow users to create events directly through the Publisher. After clicking on the “Events” icon, you can enter information about what the event is and where and when you want to meet. You can invite friends published event that’s created either on your profile or your news feed by […]

Read more
Go top