Spring break combined with Facebook’s quiet period before the initial public offer has everyone scrounging for stories, which is the only logical explanation for reviving the question of whether the social networkmakes us lonely.
Do you hide ads you don’t want to see on Facebook?
Do you think Facebook ought to keep timeline optional, rather than make it mandatory after a few months?
Facebook continues to tweak its sponsored story ad format, testing out units that included comments and questions during this past holiday weekend.
Facebook developer GroSocial releases Viral Vote today, described as a Facebook poll tab that pits two choices against each other, like Hot or Not, or Facemash.
Posting complaints about every change the site makes dates back to the original launch of the news feed five years ago, but have the gripes over the past day set a new record for Facebook?
We’re curious to know how many of our readers have formally reported bugs to Facebook, warned their friends about security problems via status updates or ignored these issues when they’ve arisen.
Expert, influencer, thought leader, guru — regardless of which of these terms you identify with, Facebook can help to show off your expertise and share useful content with your friends.
Northwestern University is polling Facebook fans on four designs for its new basketball court, which could become mostly purple.
Are seeing any signs of a possible redesign on Facebook’s home page or other features on the site — and do you even want to see them in the first place?