Facebook’s “Like” button recently celebrated its first birthday—noting that 10,000 sites are integrating with the social plugin daily. A week ago, the evolution of sharing widgets continued with the launch of the “Send” button.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave somewhere (har, har), you know by now that the world’s most wanted terrorist, Osama bin Laden, is dead. As President Obama addressed the nation last night, thousands took to social media to share in this historic moment.
On Wednesday, I was fortunate enough to be invited to President Obama’s Town Hall at Facebook’s Palo Alto headquarters to talk about shared responsibility and shared prosperity.
Not only is Facebook a great resource it can also be a stress for some. A recent survey by Eversave asked 400 women about their Facebook relationships. They found a surprising love/hate relationship between woman and their friends. Read the Mashable post here.
In The Social Network, Director David Fincher and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin explore the moment at which Facebook, the most revolutionary social phenomena of the new century was invented – through the warring perspectives of the super-smart young men who each claimed to be there at its inception. Two members of Fincher’s talented sound team, Sound [...]
Mark Zuckerberg on saturday night live with Jesse Eisenberg and Andy Samberg
Following up to the Gizmodo and Tech Crunch articles we here at JESS3 wanted to give back to the community with a brief tutorial on how to pull off this effect. And here is a quick break down on how to pull off this trick from the Facebook side of things:1) Upload all images to [...]
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This video pretty much sums up why Facebook likes are so important to brands: Cliffs Notes: Oreo’s website typically gets 250k visitors per month, whereas their Facebook page has 15.4 million fans they can communicate with every day.
Totally random. Fist bumps, awkward moments, etc.