Much has been made recently over the fact that while Facebook users can set their friends lists to “Only Me” within their privacy settings, a slight loophole exists: If a user’s friend has their friends list set to public, all of their friends will appear when viewing their mutual friends, thereby “outing” that user, despite the “Only Me” setting. Mashable went one step further, piecing together some of the friends list of none other than Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Jelly, the new photo-based question-and-answer application from Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone, was used by none other than Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg to ask a question about a spider he found in his bathroom.
Maybe Biz Stone was onto something: Earlier this week, the Twitter co-founder suggested that if Facebook launched a Facebook Premium service for $10 per month, and 10 percent of its user base signed up, $1 billion in monthly revenue would be generated. And a poll by Greenlight indicated that users of the social network might be open to the idea.
Despite the fact that Facebook has repeatedly stressed that it will never charge for its service, suggestions to that effect emerge constantly, and the latest came from Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone, who wrote in a post on his blog that if the social network launched a Facebook Premium service for $10 per month, and 10 percent of its user base signed up, $1 billion in monthly revenue would be generated.
Facebook Global Head of Brand Design Paul Adams is leaving the social network to become head of product design at startup customer-interaction-tracking tool provider Intercom, where he will work out of the Dublin office, TechCrunch reported.