Yesterday we shared a big news on the redesign of the Facebook profile when Mark Zuckerberg made appearance on the 60 minutes show. I was wondering what this redesign is going to be like and if we will see a backlash. Yeah, expect that just like it has happened in the past as users have taken time to adjust to the social network’s redesign attempts and even complained a lot.
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Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg has surprised us a bit with his appearance on 60 Minutes. The best bit is the young billionaire disclosed the exclusive preview of the new design of the social network.
The new profile, home page design is only shown a glimpse in Mark Zuckerberg’s interview on the show. The screenshot is after the jump and you can view the interview clip here.
When you get big you think big and beyond the present. Everything starts appearing important and essential to your goals and with the giants on the Internet, especially in the social media arena, the idea of grabbing related domains is an everyday business.
Earlier yesterday I mentioned in my post on Busuu about how the Internet has made life easier for all of us. Especially for those of us who are always looking forward to learn teach or simply practice their respective talents. While there is already a bulk of such websites we have an all new startup; Heykiki a New York City based web startup.
When was the last time you heard your mom scream at you yelling Facebook is a waste of time or living your life on Twitter is the last thing a sane person would do? I bet almost always and if that is so, she is an exception. Using social media is becoming a norm, even for the saner, older group as they prefer calling themselves.
Well that’s changing as the new Facebook user is your elder citizen. That includes your mom, aunt and even grandma. That’s exactly what we have to share with the infograph, interestingly 14,775,620 seniors of the 133,925,380 users in the US alone. I guess I would just leave you to go through the graph to get a better picture.
Who doesn’t want a magazine by their name? Was difficult, next to impossible for everyone to do so a decade back, but it has changed dramatically in the last few years. With services like Facebook, Google Buzz and Twitter in specific have made loads of content available for everyone to share. MyTweetMag takes that sharing a step further and lets you become an editor yourself. How?
MyTweetMag lets you take control over the information overload, by letting you categorize all those tweets in a manner that best fits your need. Lets say you love anything about Web Startups, but your timeline is flooded with so many tweets that most of your startup tweets get lost. With MyTweetmag, you can resolve that issue by: Read More »
There is nothing better than having a picture doing all the explanation. The image below gives a pretty good summary of the Facebook story and is quite similar to the one we shared earlier this week.
I must admit, I had no clue on the number of servers Facebook has, but 60,000 is quite a lot. Of course it’s dwarfed by the 450,000 servers that Google has. But lets not get into comparison and see the picture:
Experience is the best teacher, I firmly believe that but we have heard an old saying that says a wise person is one who learns from mistakes made by others. I have had trouble in my blogging career, troubles of all sorts. From befriending friends on Twitter, to making a decent Facebook page that engages the right people with the right stuff, all the way to actually writing a post. I just thought I would share what I have learned in this post hoping it helps others and more importantly if others can share tips with us at Startup Meme.
It is always a pleasure to not write much, especially when you have a quality info-graphic present to do all the explanation. I mean it’s not just easy for me as a blogger but for readers as well, at least some of who get sick of reading words after words. The Website Monitoring today has eased the task by releasing some facts on Facebook; Facebook: Facts and Figures.
The picture below puts neatly the story of Facebook from its inception back in the dorms of Harvard University all the way to amassing over 500 Million users. I just wonder if anyone back then, even Mark Zuckerberg would have thought of the social network growing this big. Did you?