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This link recently saved by justmohit on May 21, 2012
For years, you’ve wasted your time on Facebook. Now here’s your chance to waste your money on it, too...
Facebook is the most successful social network in the world, enabling millions to share information of no interest with people they barely know.Finally, if you invest in Facebook, you’ll be far from alone. As a result of using Facebook for the past few years, over 900 million people in the world have suffered mild to moderate brain damage, impairing their ability to make reasoned judgments. These will be your fellow Facebook investors.
This link recently saved by justmohit on February 02, 2012
Facebook says in its filing that just over half of its 845 million monthly active users log on every day. – Claire Cain Miller
Facebook stores more than 100 petabytes (100 quadrillion bytes) of photos and videos, it says. It has built storage and serving technologies, like Haystack, to efficiently serve and store the data. -- Brian Chen
This link recently saved by justmohit on January 19, 2011
It’s been a hell of a year for consumer privacy, or the lack thereof...
Now Congress is debating new privacy laws and the FTC has weighed in with proposals for a No Tracking List to thwart nosy Web advertisers...the online data industry immediately began trash talking the FTC’s ideas, calling for even more ‘self regulation’...
Apparently, the 10 years online data mongers have been given to come up with privacy protections that actually protect privacy hasn’t been enough. Just give them another 10 years and they promise they’ll get it right.
This link recently saved by justmohit on April 26, 2010
Now that Facebook is loosening its data-sharing policies with third-party Web sites and applications, it's the perfect time for users to consider tightening up their privacy settings. This week the mega social network announced new personalization features that extend the Facebook experience to third-party Web sites--unless you opt out, that is. Here's a rundown of the new features, and how you can opt out if you choose.
This link recently saved by justmohit on January 24, 2010
You may think, “I’m not addicted, I can quit anytime!” Well if you have more Facebook friends than real friends, something must be done. If you spend more time on Twitter than in sunlight, it’s time for change. If you spend more time working on your LinkedIn profile than doing actual work, it’s time for an intervention. Regardless of your excuse, this is not ok.
This link recently saved by justmohit on January 15, 2010
The fact that blogging has taken off in the last five or six years is evidence that people like publicly sharing their thoughts about food and politics and Jersey Shore. It does not at all mean that we've gotten comfortable with information we thought was private -- our phone numbers, our drunken photos, our private wall-to-wall chats -- suddenly being upchucked onto the World Wide Web in one messy and meaningless purge of regional networks.
Privacy is about control, and when Facebook changes its privacy control rules every six months to keep pace with the zeitgeist (or whatever), its users lose both control and privacy.
This link recently saved by justmohit on December 04, 2009
What was once the domain of motley crews of uni students has now become a centralised hub for new parents. You can’t so much as check your status updates without seeing some adorable tyke smiling a toothless grin or a parent giving the latest update on what their little genius is up to today. With everyone from Dr. Sears to CafeMom hanging up their FB shingle, it seems this former bastion of social networking cool has been taken over entirely by parents — oftentimes with mixed results. Here are the five biggest offenders.
This link recently saved by justmohit on November 18, 2009
Thanks to Facebook, mobile devices and impaired judgment, we're only a few seconds (and clicks) away from staining our entire extended social network! That's peace of mind in your pocket. To make sure you never appear on Facebook Fails, follow our how-not-to guide of the five most common Facebook faux pas.
This link recently saved by justmohit on September 17, 2009
When I first thought of this idea, I intended to write the Mahabharat this way. Then I thought of writing World War II, then Indian Independence struggle and finally Jaswant Singh’s political fiasco with BJP. But then the plots are SO LONG! The Ramayan has a much more manageable plot, in comparison. And hence I have before you, if the Ramayan were to have an event update like Facebook, how would it be like!