Tag Archives: Facebook
It's the kind of figure that you think you've misread: $3.4 billion in one year. Yet Mark Zuckerberg has managed to rake in that haul
Today's most Horrific Thing on the Internet can be found at Time.com in "honor" of Facebook's 10th anniversary. It's simple: You enter into Time's
It's been widely acknowledged that Facebook is decreasing in popularity among younger teens—the company's CFO admitted as much on a recent earnings call. But a few Princeton researchers want to
Like most bros, I live half of my life in the real world and the other half on social media.
We all have exes and we all want to make sure they're miserable without us. But since we're not going to follow them around town,
1. Accidentally put the name of the girl you're stalking into your status instead of the search bar.
2. Poke. EVER. How is this
Not everyone’s in love with the new setup and timeline that Facebook introduced last year. The newsfeed has only been around a few years as
Ah, social media. It's something we seem to use so frequently yet almost half the time we hate it, or at least the people who use it.
Over two million accounts on Facebook, Google, Yahoo and Twitter had their accounts and passwords compromised by hackers this week.
There are some real douchebags out there...
Facebook knows you better than you know you. According to a new research paper by Jon Kleinberg, a computer scientist at Cornell University,
Facebook is becoming less and less popular among 13 to 17-year-olds. This is frightening to Zuck and co., because no one uses the Internet more
At this point in my life, I only use Facebook to see who’s birthday it is. Here are the top four Facebook statuses that need to
Hours and hours of endless entertainment on the Interwebs...
An interesting new update just rolled out for Snapchat on iOS and Android. It's an option to create Snapchat Stories, which is a temporary social network to share unique content with friends
As of 4:00 p.m. today, 36 people have written on my Facebook wall for accomplishing the gargantuan task of not arriving on this Earth stillborn
You can keep your workout routine stats to yourself, please...
This year, California's Glendale Unified School District became the first school system to do the creepy, 1984-predicted inevitable: Monitor 14,000 of its middle and
"A lot of people have been asking me" = one person asked you. Every. Single. Time.
Look, I'm not telling you what to think, but it's probably important to open your eyes to the fact that there's some very serious stuff