There’s so much more to Facebook than simply where to click and who to friend. Almost since its inception, Facebook has been criticized for its lax privacy stance. Someone (Mark Zuckerberg?) must have taken the criticism to heart because the recent Facebook privacy changes have
given users more control than ever before over Who Sees What, and how users can guard themselves against unwanted Sharing.We’ve put together an entire class called Facebook: Privacy and Security, dedicated exclusively to learning about what you can do to be as protected as possible and still enjoy socializing* on the biggest social network the world has ever seen.This class will become a monthly regular in the Community Technology Center’s offerings- catch the first one on
Facebook Timeline has been making big waves- but what is it? Why all the commotion? Is it mandatory? And most importantly, how do you use it?
Good questions, all of them!
In a nutshell, Timeline is well, a timeline of your activities on Facebook. You can tell someone has installed Timeline by the giant photo that dominates the top of their profile page. But Timeline is not just a visual change. It also allows users to
If you use Facebook you’ve noticed some pretty big changes in the function and layout of your page-especially your newsfeed. You can learn about the whole host of changes at the Facebook help center but I wanted to give you a quick rundown on how the new digs affect your ability to protect your privacy.
And I have good news- in my opinion, things have improved. Here’s why:
David Kirkpatrick's The Facebook Effect may make you think again. Get closer to the full story with this Fortune technology writer's take on Facebook's amazingly brief history, from a Harvard dorm room to one of the web's most ubiquitous services with more than 750 million active users, half of which log on daily.