Messenger is a new app that brings Facebook to your desktop. While you surf the web or use other applications on your computer, you can: Chat and message with your friends on Facebook See the latest updates from your friends in ticker Get quick notifications about what’s going on Messenger lets you use Facebook without being on www.facebook.
Facebook has just announced a number of improvements it has introduced to its comments box on websites. These improvements are: 1. Increased Social Relevance Comments are ordered to show users the most relevant comments from friends, friends of friends, and the most liked or active discussion threads, while comments marked as spam are hidden from view.
There is a good chance that a lot of our readers have an account on Facebook. Being an increasingly popular online social network, the number of Facebook’s members is increasing exponentially. The network is kept interesting with the use of various third party applications (such as Mafia Wars and Farmville) and by the introduction of newer and better features in the website design.
If you are reading this post in your feedreader, click here to visit the blog. I have refreshed the color scheme of this blog. While it is still being powered by the same theme, I chose to go in for a shade of maroon instead of the traditional black.
When I try uploading my photographs on my Facebook account, sometime the uploading takes a long while and session times out, causing an error. These errors make me wish for a desktop application that can do the same photo uploading task for me without having to run a browser. When I came across Fishbowl, I found the desktop application offering exactly what I wished for plus a lot more.