Do YOU have refined-enough tastes to be a friend of Grey Poupon on Facebook? Unlike most products and businesses on Facebook - where a friend request is an "automatic", Grey Poupon actually looks through your profile to see if you qualify and meet their high standards...
The Minnesota Vikings face their biggest challenge of the young season when the San Francisco 49ers visit Mall of America Field for a NFC match-up that has the potential to have a lot of Viking fans speaking their minds on social media, and you'll be able to catch all the action right here.
You probably don’t check out the “about” section of your Facebook page a whole lot, being that you already know everything there is to know about yourself. But if you happened to do so today, you would have noticed something different — your listed email address has been changed to one with your Facebook profile name and then @facebook.com. Yes, Facebook gave you a Facebook email address without your permission.
While it may not define eternal “satisfaction,” the Rolling Stones have hit a high mark when it comes to the world of Facebook. They recently hit the ten million “like” mark. To acknowledge the milestone, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood all got together to record a thank you message to their fans.
Facebook's been hot with this poll the last couple of weeks and I've been reticent to allow the app to "use my confidential information" - so I keep passing on taking the test. But as a foodie, something told me that I needed to take the test - just to see where I would end up.
Ever wonder what Facebook would’ve looked like back in the early days of the internet? Well, wonder no more. The fine folks at SquirrelMonkey.com have unearthed this (fake) VHS tape from the 20th century TV show ‘Wonders of the World Wide Web,’ which discusses a new destination called “The Facebook.”
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are so elated to have hit the one million-fans mark on their Facebook page that they’re giving away 28 pairs of concert tickets! The giveaway takes place over the next seven days and you can enter here.
Many employers these days readily admit to scoping out the social media profiles of potential hires during the interview process. But what if all that Googling could be replaced with a single ID scan from a card you carry in your wallet?
Family dinners for one Minnesota clan probably got a lot more uncomfortable after an uncle was sued for posting embarrassing photos of his nephew on Facebook. Unfortunately for the embarrassed nephew, it seems that a district court says the lawsuit has no merit.
There appears to be an "app" for everything these days and social media is the cause or cure or most everything else. That's why this story is interesting: Facebook has announced a program designed to make it easier for people who are expressing thoughts of suicide to get help...
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