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Weekly Roundup – May 25

Facebook has its eyes set on the mobile horizon It is a well known fact that the Facebook app / mobile experience is lacking. This image sums up the majority of my experience with Facebook’s mobile app. I know I’m…

Facebook’s Security Woes

Slashdot reports in an article posted today: A security hole in Facebook allowed almost anyone to see pictures marked as private, an online forum revealed late Monday. Even pictures supposedly kept hidden from uninvited eyes by Facebook’s privacy controls aren’t safe,…

Ford’s Innovative FB Strategy

Ford has tried an interesting experiment in an attempt to force their Facebook marketing campaign for the 2013 Mustang to go viral. Through the Mustang’s Facebook Fan Page, users can get a “sneak peek” of the new Mustang by slowly…

Is Google+ Dead?

Slate published an interesting article eagerly proclaiming the death of Google+ stating, “the search behemoth might not realize it yet, but its chance to compete with Facebook has come and gone.” One of Google’s very successful services has been Google Places,…

Zuckerberg for President?

A post on Slashdot recently mentioned how Facebook’s increased political involvement has led to it establishing a political action committee: According to a recent SFGate article, ‘Social networking giant Facebook is expanding its political footprint, confirming that it has filed…

Facebook’s New Open Graph and Timeline

Two new huge changes are coming to Facebook soon: Open Graph and the Timeline. These changes are being rolled out while Facebook is making headlines about their latest changes to the News Feed and Ticker. Open Graph: Facebook can been viewed…