The fact that content on users’ Facebook profiles can affect their employment prospects and higher-education opportunities has been hammered home time and again, but did photos posted on the social network derail a candidacy for one of the highest-profile jobs around: pope? Not really, but it’s still a good read.
The 4-Hour Chef author Tim Ferriss turned his attention to Facebook in humorous video “The Four Hour Facebook,” in which he instructs his audience on how they can complete all of their tasks on the social network in just four hours per day.
In the spirit of the “What _____ (fill in job position) actually does” meme traveling around Facebook and other social networks, Eti Suruzon applied it to social media managers. Enjoy!
Perhaps in retaliation for the host’s role in promoting National Unfriend Day in 2010, the Facebook Police raided ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last night.
Teenagers who don’t log off before leaving Facebook in favor of other websites risk becoming the butt of practical jokes by friends who post humiliating status updates on their accounts.
‘Tis the season to forward humorous cartoons about Santa Claus on Facebook.
Thanksgiving already dominates U.S. posts on Facebook.
Here’s a fun and fictitious look at world history told in Facebook status updates.