China may not have Facebook, but it looks like the country is getting timeline. Renren, a Chinese social media site, has pretty much copied the design of Facebook’s timeline, right down to the introduction page.
Many of us spend quite a bit of time choosing our Facebook profile pictures. Dan Manina spends just as much, if not more, copying his friends’ profile pictures. A kind-spirited rivalry with a friend, trying to get the most likes, has turned into a fun exercise — Your Profile Pictures.
When you’re choosing your profile image, how long does it take? Maybe a few minutes? A CBS station in Miami reports that some women are going to extremes to make sure they look great in their profile picture, even getting cosmetic surgery.
Everyone’s known that timeline would eventually become the official profile on Facebook and yet the news of the imminent switch has tensions rising.
Recovering alcoholics and addicts can commemorate their progress using the timeline submenu item labeled “health and wellness,” especially helpful when combined with the privacy settings for visibility only by likeminded folks.
Do you think Facebook ought to keep timeline optional, rather than make it mandatory after a few months?
Before timeline went live, it was actually possible to undo an upgrade to this advanced profile. Uninstalling the Developer application from your Facebook account would remove the timeline. But now all of this has changed.
Read on for advice on how to make your Facebook profile ready for a job search.
Timeline will launch when it’s ready, Facebook’s journalist program manager said during a panel at Columbia University School of Journalism last night.
If you didn’t see any reason to use an online reputation management service, you might change your mind after looking at this infographic from Reppler.