Either a narcissist or an incessant attention seeker. if you are one of those people who spend insanely long hours on Facebook and ridiculously mundane status updates every ten minutes, then you just might display the same narcissistic tendencies in real life also.
Lower self esteem and higher levels of narcissism are the reasons responsible for the huge amount of time people tend to spend wiling around on Facebook. Such people are usually the ones who continuously post updates and pictures of themselves and keep everyone updated about everything they do. The new research suggests that online profiles can also feed narcissistic tendencies and highlights a disconnect between one’s real-world personality and curated online identity.
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Facebook is BIG massive, really. But I don’t care if a social network has 100 million users, 500 million users, or a billion users — and I don’t care if there’s a major Hollywood movie coming out about it. You haven’t made it until you have a Turkish pop music video about your service. That’s exactly what “Cilgin” by Ismail YK is.
I have basically no idea what is going on in this video, but it’s awesome nonetheless.
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Over 500 million users and an atmosphere of the global social networking circle, Facebook might be worth a whopping $33 billion! In a report published in the Financial Times, the tongues have started wagging again, speculating the estimating the worth of Facebook. Yahoo, which has recorded no growth, has a valuation of $18 billion and the somewhat plateauing eBay comes in at $30 billion, therefore it could be the possible rationale behind the amazonic valuation of Facebook. The best part for the company is that it is still growing! But until Facebook goes public, most probably in 2012, the exact figures cannot be known.
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Forget wiretaps and paper trails: more and more frequently, mischief and malfeasance on Facebook in photos, posts, pages, and chats is helping police track down police suspected of criminal activity.
A look at 19 instances where people’s activity on Facebook got them arrested. Were their arrests warranted or out of line?
According to CBS News, a 19-year-old Florida mother faced legal trouble after she posted a Facebook photo of her infant appearing to smoke out of a bong. The Florida Department of Children and Families launched an investigation and planned to drug test both the mother and child, despite the mother’s protests that the photo was taken as a joke. The photo was sent to a local news station, which contacted the mother for a statement.
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Posted a few days back but still interesting enough to mention. It will give you enough reasons to be atleast mildly skeptical of Facebook Places and the nuances attached with it. Do give it a read if you are thinking of boarding the Locate-Me-Whereve -I-am-Train.
The launch video has already been greeted with many raised eyebrows, but without sounding like a cynic, have a read through to what actually unfolded for these diners.
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My husband and I were waiting for two friends and, even before they could walk through the door, I checked all of us in at Zenon Taverna in New York City. I did so without their permission and, sure enough, a post linking all four of us to a restaurant in Queens popped up in more than 1,000 newsfeeds….. Continue Reading