Next year, Facebook will introduce some changes that advertisers will love but users will probably hate.
We've all heard the term "six degrees of separation." Basically, it's the idea that everyone in the world is separated by at least 6 acquaintances. But since Facebook came around, the distance between two people became even shorter than that.
On this week's edition of the Geek Girl Report, we'll talk about some new Facebook apps and why they're good for advertisers, but bad for us.
If you've been seeing a large number of violent and graphic images popping up on Facebook, you're not alone. You're the latest victim of a massive attack on Facebook.
An Ag Department grant will help new farmers and ranchers learn about social media.
On this week's edition of the Geek Girl Report, I'm taking a look at the new features Facebook is rolling out.
So I went to check my Facebook this morning, as I usually do when I wake up, and I was greeted with a slewful of new changes to my home page.
As if you didn't spend enough time on Facebook already, the social media giant is now working to incorporate music into the site.
Starting tomorrow, you might notice a few changes on your Facebook page.
Who owns Facebook? You would think that the creator of the social networking giant would have all the rights to ownership, but someone else has stepped forward claiming that he's the real owner of Facebook.