Facebook users about to join the work force for the first time: The photo above is not a wise choice for your profile picture on Facebook (and probably shouldn’t be posted at all, but that’s another argument for another day), and you should probably examine its privacy settings in order to ensure that no potential employers see it.
Facebook’s privacy settings, which change often, can be confusing and overwhelming for users, but the company is committed to changing that. The social announced to reporters Tuesday that there will be clearer calls to action so that users can better understand with whom they’re sharing content.
Facebook has provided detailed information on the new layout for desktop pages it introduced last month, but tips on how page administrators should tweak their cover images and profile pictures to accommodate the new design have been lacking. Enter Fialkov Digital.
PBS Mixes Facebook, Other Social Networks Into Documentary ‘Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women’
Justin Timberlake is bringing MySpace back, as the singer/actor was featured in a promotional video for the former top social network, but it’s a cameo by the Facebook logo that may raise eyebrows, as well. Details haven’t been released yet, but it appears that the new MySpace will continue to have some kind of Facebook integration.
Apple’s iOS 6 isn’t the only update coming out of Cupertino, Calif., Wednesday, as OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.2 was rolled out, as well, and the operating system for Macintosh desktops added several Facebook-centric features.
Comments left on Facebook profile pictures “strongly affect the level of perceived attractiveness of the profile owner physically, socially, and professionally,” according to a recent study by researchers at the University of Missouri.