Through the years, you've probably accumulated a laundry list of "friends" from different stages of your life. Some "friends" you keep around because you want to see what they're up to, others you want to keep in regular contact with and the rest you're just too lazy to "unfriend." (Why do they make that so hard to do?)
In May, two men robbed an Internet cafe, but one of them made the mistake of logging into Facebook and forgetting to log
The Atlantic Wire raises more serious questions about the new option, though, pointing out ways in which it could be problematic
"People like me who don't feel comfortable in the bodies in which we were born aren't sure we want to be pegged as female
The posts on the new website We Know What You're Doing read like a list of exactly the things most people would never want
We get it: you're engaged, you're happy, and you want to tell the world. Who can blame you for that? In the age of social
Although Facebook has dramatically changed the rules of social interactions, there are some things that are still not allowed
We estimate 50 percent of married users ages 28-35 joined Facebook for the sole purpose of trying to track down and potentially hook-up with an old high school boyfriend/girlfriend.
Have other people's blithe Facebook updates ever made you feel like a total loser? Or have you ever felt that your best friend's
By updating with minutiae and daily grind stuff, you run the risk of triggering the "boy who cried wolf" label. However, use your updates sparingly and they are likely to reach a larger audience and to much greater effect.
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