Now that discussions of Facebook Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg’s wardrobe have been exhausted (hoodie, jeans, kicks, we got it), let’s move on to more tantalizing tidbits, shall we?
This morning’s big announcement by Facebook Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg and Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg on ABC News’ “Good Morning America” involves organ donation.
Apple enthusiasts created a timeline about the life of Steve Jobs and fortunately, someone captured it in video before the profile was taken down last Wednesday.
StoreYa, a Facebook version of the commerce platform Magento, came up with a novel way to draw attention to itself and benefit charity at the same time.
Facebook is filled with posts about Steve Jobs again today, as the eagerly anticipated biography of the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs hit bookstore shelves today.
If you’re going to produce an infographic about reaction on Facebook to the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, it might not be the worst idea to check on the spelling of “Zuckerberg.”
Facebook has gone through several stages in the mourning of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. The first stage was grief, followed by malice. We have now reached the next stage: uselessness.
Beware: Amid the ubiquitous posts by users mourning the death of Steve Jobs, some of the postings about the founder of Apple lead to malware. Free iPad scams have also returned to the site.
Posts mourning the passing of Steve Jobs are going up on Facebook once every second as of this writing.