Just read on 901am today that Facebook has acquired Friendfeed. The details of the transaction haven’t been given or how much the acquisition is for. The synergies for Facebook are very good and it help attract a few more users (not that they don’t have many!
As the internet becomes increasingly a part of our lives, protecting your data becomes equally important! Especially when it comes to preserving your valuable memories! SocialSafe.
If you haven’t heard it yet, Facebook has finally started dishing out usernames and your times running out for you to get one. Are you eligible? Eligibility is limited to anyone who joined Facebook before usernames were publicly announced at 3 p.
One of the reasons why I use and prefer Firefox is because of their FireFox add-on collection. I’m currently using a few social media add-ons along with some basic online editing, capturing images, saving text and ,converting Youtube Videos to Mp3 and stuff like that. Recently I have discovered another Firefox add on that is specially designed for those of you who use Facebook everyday and would like to download a complete Image Gallery without needing a third party software.
I have tons of Firefox add-ons installed on my browsers. Thanks to Firefox, blogging and social media work + fun has never been this easy. Following are some of my favorite Add-ons and definitely must have for any social media addict out there.
So, if you’re one of them, or you just hate the millions of application updates on your homepage and prefer just reading comments of your friends, then this one is for you.
Gautam Arora has put together a simple Greasemonkey script that will allow you to clean up all these updates from your homepage and all you’ll see is the personal updates that your friends make.
Facebook is the most popular social media website for people to connect with their friends and family members. Previously they unveiled an extention for Facebook platform which makes it easy for you to bring your friends with you all over the Web. Recently they have expanded the same conceptÂ to iPhone and iPod touch by offering “Facebook Connect for the iPhone”.
The Twitter Blog reported last week that people are receiving emails which contain links to a phishing site asking you to enter your login details. I decided to check it out today and was surpised to see that the entire twitter interface has been converted to that of Facebook, which means that they are now getting ready for a Facebook phishing scam! Good news is that Internet Explorer (with Website Checking Enabled), Firefox 3 (Firefox 2 did not block the site) and Google Chrome all display big warnings.