facebook-profiles

Philadelphia drag queens have been raptured. Last week, one by one, queens disappeared without notice, without a trace. They disappeared from Facebook, that is. I know because I am one of those queens.
We all know posting photos of your weekend keg party on Facebook can cause problems at the office, but now there's evidence
Since September of last year, Facebook users have had the opportunity to experience a whole different kind of interaction
Facebook isn't a "thing" anymore. It's so ingrained, it just is. Before the Internet, if you didn't have a television, people automatically assumed you were weird. Now, if you don't have a Facebook page, you're either old, weird, or old and weird.
If you're not a fan of the new Facebook profiles, you wouldn't be alone. But they actually allow for something really interesting
According to a blog post from Facebook, "hundreds of millions" of Facebook's over 500 million users have already switched
Facebook is revamping users' profiles to emphasize the pages for bands, books and businesses that millions have become fans