Here’s What Facebook Timeline Looks Like

Here’s What Facebook Timeline Looks Like | TechCrunch.

 

Really slick looking new feature from Facebook – Timeline. Looks almost like a new profile page? Read full post on TechCrunch (with pics).

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Agency Spotlight – Duval Guillaume Modem: Flair Fashion Tag

Facebook Studio :: Agency Spotlight / Duval Guillaume Modem.

To help fashion magazine Flair build brand affinity and reach a new, younger audience, Duval Guillaume Modem honed in on the insight that women look to each other for fashion inspiration. The agency developed the Flair Fashion Tag —a Facebook app that allows people to easily tag pieces of clothing in photos and share them with friends… Read more

Audi Calculates How Frustrated Drivers Are In Your City At Any Given Moment

Audi Calculates How Frustrated Drivers Are In Your City At Any Given Moment | Fast Company.

Traffic is, apparently, a hot button issue. First IBM came out with its Commuter Pain Index, a look at the cities with the world’s most painful commutes, and now Audi has released its Road Frustration Index, a real-time site that quantifies driver frustration in different parts of the U.S.

Facebook subscriptions let you fine-tune your news feed

 

Updated. Facebook now has a solution for dealing with friends who post too often, or are constantly adding games or apps that fill up your news feed, besides just hiding all their posts. The social network will announce subscriptions Wednesday, which are designed to let users decide what they want to see more and less of in their news feed. Subscriptions build on the idea of more control for users, which we also saw Tuesday with the introduction of Smart Lists, and with changes that emphasized privacy introduced last month.

via Facebook subscriptions let you fine-tune your news feed — Tech News and Analysis.

Facebook adds Smart Lists to categorize friends

 

 

Facebook made some pretty huge privacy changes last month, which included introducing tag approval and better controls over how information is shared with specific groups. This month, the social network is revealing even more tools to help users automatically categorize their friends, control who views the content they post, and allow users to decide whose status updates and photos they see the most and least.

Facebook adds Smart Lists to categorize friends — Tech News and Analysis.