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Facebook And Sex: G-Rated Alternatives To Controversial ‘Bang With Friends’ App

David Smothers February 11, 2013

The unapologetic Facebook hookup app Bang With Friends has created a storm of controversy in recent weeks, but the one thing no one is talking about is the app’s more G-rated alternatives. “Clean” versions of the Bang With Friends app concept exist, and at least one has been around for months. A quick recap: In… Continue Reading »

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The First 25 People on Facebook Are All Crazy Successful Now

David Smothers February 4, 2013

Today is Facebook’s ninth birthday. Twenty five people were there for its arrival, and BuzzFeed FWD has tracked them down. The earliest users are mostly Zuckerberg’s Harvard cronies, from fraternity brothers to people who actually helped him build Facebook. Surprise! They’re all ridiculously successful now. Including, of course, crackbook’s founder and patient zero, Mark Zuckerberg. It’s… Continue Reading »

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NFL Support on Facebook, Visualized

David Smothers January 30, 2013

To celebrate the impenidng Super Bowl, Facebook decided to analyze NFL support across the US based on Likes. Many of the results are as you’d expect—but there are a few interesting quirks along the way. Across all of Facebook’s US users, around 35 million have Liked a page for one of the 32 teams in the NFL…. Continue Reading »

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Facebook DIES ON THE VINE hours after Twitter tie-in

David Smothers January 25, 2013

Twitter’s public spat with Facebook continued on Thursday when Mark Zuckerberg’s free content ad network appeared to have cut off access to video-sharing app Vine’s “find people” function – which allowed Viners to ferret out their Facebook mates. The abrupt shutoff came just hours after the micro-blogging site bought video-sharing tech from the startup. At the time… Continue Reading »

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Facebook might make money from its search tool, analysts say

David Smothers January 16, 2013

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveils Graph Search during an event at the company’s headquarters. (Credit: James Martin/CNET) Facebook did not introduce a phone as many had hoped, but its new Graph Search might actually be able to generate revenue for the social-networking giant, analysts say. Still, Facebook likely won’t make much money from the tool… Continue Reading »

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Now’s a really good time to update these Facebook privacy settings

David Smothers January 16, 2013

No, Graph Search doesn’t affect your privacy settings, but it surely makes digging up information about you really easy. Now’s a good time to review what you’re sharing and how you’re sharing it. As details of Facebook’s Graph Search unfolded this morning, users heaved a sigh of relief when they learned that Facebook would not be exposing our… Continue Reading »

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Facebook’s New Search Doesn’t Change Anything, Except On Facebook

David Smothers January 15, 2013

There’s no doubt that Facebook’s new Graph Search feature is cool. It’s the advanced Facebook search we’ve always wanted. But is it going to change the way you search for things on the internet? Probably not—it’ll just change how you search on Facebook. Facebook Graph Search allows you to find, using natural language, just about… Continue Reading »

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