social media design specs for the big networks
My Facebook year in review doesn’t really tell me much about this year in my life - but it is my year in Facebook - which isn’t the same thing.
In other words, Facebook is not life. And that’s a good thing.
Remember those privacy controls Facebook announced last week, alongside the rather less friendly news that you would no longer have the option to hide when Facebook users are searching you? Well, those changes are finally here.
You should see a small symbol with a lock in the top right hand corner of your screen. Click on it, and you’ve got a list of “Privacy Shortcuts” in plain English — namely, Who Can See My Stuff, Who Can Contact Me, and How Do I Stop Someone From Bothering Me.
That’s a whole lot better than what used to be in that spot — a dizzying array of privacy options in a control panel that was hard for the average user to decipher…
What did The New Yorker do on their Facebook page with a cartoon that got them temporarily banned from Facebook for violating the community standards on “Nudity and Sex” ?
Read more about it www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/cartoonists/
Using Facebook as an English class exercise.
Infographic: How Does Facebook Hold Up Against Google+? via theatlantic.com