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And there you have it. Be careful what you click or the ad for the pink pants with the purple embroidered whales will follow
Filters don't change the world. For the most part, they're just a way for you to show your online friends you support something in that moment. Within a day or two, most filters give way to new profile pics and all is forgotten... until, usually, another senseless act or weather-related horror occurs.
The world is revolving more and more around search results. Google, Bing, Yahoo -- all return slightly different results for any search (so don't neglect to check all of them). What really matters is that you are presented prominently and at your best.
I want to live the life I have on Facebook. That girl has her sh*t together. Her profile photo reveals casually perfected makeup. Her background picture shows a world-traveler, a carefree woman staring into the sunset.
"Due to a flaw in how Facebook implemented this [Download Your History], it also housed contact information from other uploads
As the Supreme Court convened to decide the fate of marriage equality -- and more specifically, the fate of Proposition 8
According to a patent filing that went public just weeks ago, listing co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg himself as one of the inventors, Facebook is considering something called "Paid Profile Personalization."
Fascination with seeing unfiltered Facebook content was piqued on Nov. 12 when a link circulating around the web claimed
In many cases, clients are looking for one money shot to use across a number of platforms, and not exclusively on a social
Log in to Facebook and look at your profile picture. Is the shot a zoomed-in photo of your face, or are your surroundings