Facebook’s new look manages to squeeze the stuff I care about into a small central section of the page, with navigation down the left and a stream of promoted junk at the right. Here’s how you can make it a bit more tolerable, if you’re a Firefox user. First grab the Stylish Add On for… Read More Ditching the clutter on Facebook
Read some of the reports around the web, and you’d be forgiving for thinking that Facebook has decided to charge people to send messages to celebrities. And, you probably think, that doesn’t bother you because you’re not the sort of person who does that. But what they’re really doing is charging for communications to people… Read More Facebook’s communication surcharge
The news about Amy Winehouse has been all over the net this afternoon, and it doesn’t seem to have taken long for scammers to cotton on to it. In my facebook feed, around 7.25pm London time, I saw someone posting this: I’ve removed the name of the person who posted this, for security. Clicking the… Read More Well, that was quick
Or why Panasonic’s Twitter client misses the point I mentioned last week that one of the things that Panasonic talked about at their Convention this year was the rebranding of VieraCast as VieraConnect, and the addition of some extra services. One of the ones that they made a big fuss about was the new Facebook… Read More How social do you want your TV?
I’ve resisted signing up to Facebook; even a couple of years back, I was not convinced by their privacy policies, and tales of people finding it hard to have their information deleted. Judging by the torrent of stories about privacy in recent months, I probably made a wise decision. It’s not that I’m not familiar… Read More When did Facebook capture the web?