Facebook photos are a great way to connect with friends and loved ones, but they don’t have to stay on your phone or computer. Through an interesting idea, Top Charms, users can bring permanence to their Facebook photos by keeping them in charm form. The project gained popularity on Kickstarter, and it appears ready to share soon.
Facebook finished second to Google, at least on the annual 40 Under 40 list from Fortune, as Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg came in at No. 2, trailing only Google Co-Founder and CEO Larry Page.
How are organizations such as Kickstarter, DonorsChoose.org, Pencils of Promise, and Crowdrise using Facebook and other social networks to push social change? The infographic below from The Best Colleges takes a look.
Facebook users took to Take This Lollipop, to the tune of more than 100 million views. How will its potential sequel fare?
Thunderclap, a mass-messaging service that gained popularity on Twitter, has set its sights on Facebook. Twitter recently booted Thunderclap from operating on its network, so now its organizers are gearing up to run on Facebook.