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How To Watch Unreleased Scenes From ‘Return Of The Jedi’ On Facebook (For Now)

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A long, long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Lucasfilm developed EditDroid, a computerized editing system that used multiple laserdiscs, and it demonstrated the ill-fated technology at the National Association of Broadcasters’ annual convention in Las Vegas in 1984. So why do we care in 2013? How about 30 minutes of unreleased footage from Return of the Jedi?

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REPORT: Walmart Still Top U.S. Brand On Facebook For August; DealDash Leads Post Engagement Rate

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Walmart remained the top brand on Facebook in the U.S. for August, with nearly 31 million local fans, while Disney was the top media company in that category, and Sprint was tops on the Socially Devoted list, which analyzes companies in terms of responses to questions on Facebook and Twitter, as well as response times, according to the latest report from social media analytics platform Socialbakers.

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Subway, Facebook, Fox News Among Facebook’s Most Popular Pages In 2012

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Two of the most popular topics in 2012 were the Summer Olympic Games in London and the U.S. presidential election. People on Facebook talked about both quite a bit, so it’s not shocking that U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps’ biggest sponsor (Subway) and Fox News were among the most popular Facebook pages of 2012, according to a study by the Track Social Blog.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Facebook’s Development In Three Years

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In January 2010, Facebook had just 337 million users — a figure that has ballooned to roughly 1 billion this year. While Facebook is still most popular in the U.S., the social network has grown in leaps in bounds in countries such as Brazil and India over the past three years. An infographic from Socialbakers illustrates how the demographics of Facebook have changed since 2010.

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