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It appears that the networking site for professionals,LinkedIn,is preferred over social networking site Facebook as a way to help people stay connected.
Facebook is changing the way we grieve Death doesn't kill a digital footprint. Rodrigo Sanchez-Chavarria knows that all too well. Since his friend William Brandon Lacy Campos, a poet and activist from the Twin Cities, died unexpectedly in November, he has watched Campos' Facebook page become a memorial guest book, where people post heartfelt tributes. Star Tribune 2/17/13
''Why Do We 'Like' Things On Facebook? This Infographic Digs Into Our Admittedly Odd Social Media Behaviors'' article link: http://www.bustle.com/articles/92427-why-do-we-like-things-on-facebook-this-infographic-digs-into-our-admittedly-odd-social-media ; infographic: http://quicksprout.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Why-We-Like-Share-Comment-on-Facebook.jpg
MSN NOW: Here's a list of 26 things that are "going, going, gone", according to this trending webpage. Many of these things we already know about or had a pretty good idea they were on borrowed time, but there are some things that just might surprise you--like Facebook. Experts are predicting 7 more years for the social network and it'll be all over! Can you imagine, no FB?
Why Do We “Like” Things On Facebook? This Infographic Digs Into Our Admittedly Odd Social Media Behaviors
School administrators walk a thin line when developing polices on social media sites like Facebook. Well, don't let kids use it at school. Block it on school computers. Thats my opinion. (LOIC VENANCE/AFP/Getty Images)
A new German study shows that posting your Facebook pictures of your wonderful vacations could make your Facebook friends miserable. Its kind of interesting.
Number of Facebook Likes may Reflect the Quality of Hospitals
Facebook has modified its news feed feature