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Facebook has built its business around our relationships – but as the site turns 12, are we just too busy for the emotional labor of ‘real’ friends?
An Australian man who made headlines after saying Facebook told him to take down his profile admits he hoaxed the media.
I’ve been meaning to do this for a while. At my organisation, we believe in having user experience at the heart of consu…
Australian Phuc Dat Bich, whose complaint that Facebook kept taking down his profile went viral, thanks his supporters, saying he is glad he made people happy.
It's contractors, all the way down.
Articles: Why? And other questions people are suddenly asking themselves.
The social network is reviving “Notes,” its dormant blogging feature—but not because blogging itself is making a comeback.
Now the Brit goes by "Daniel Shlong" on the social network.
The rise of social media and the triumph of trolls has led many popular websites to shut down comments or let them spiral into extinction. NOT US.
Closing the doors
Can King Bach, RocketJump, and Other Stars of YouTube and Vine Make It in Hollywood?
Online Censorship Rears Its Ugly Head In Southeast Asia
The forgotten history of Tumblr
The Decay of Twitter