What's that? You say it's time to wish your BFF, Aunt Phyllis or pet rock a happy birthday? Well, bust out the presents and bring on the cake! Better yet, send her an awesome birthday GIF or video. But don't settle for for the ones every will be sending. Have some fun. Here are some great birthday-themed greetings and video clips to give again and again, no wrapping paper required.
You may be annoyed with some of the things your friends are posting on Facebook and Twitter about the 'Breaking Bad' finale. We are too, and thus decided to offer up a list of some of the most irritating reactions people are having towards the finale of (un)arguably the greatest show of all time.
Recently I was scrolling through my Facebook feed and noticed how few people I actually get updates from. Granted, this is due in part to Facebook's handy algorithm, which knows what is best for you so don't question it.
Sincerely, Facebook chatting is the worst. At least when you're G-chatting with somebody and they don't write back you can pretend that maybe they accidentally set their hand on fire or something. But not Facebook. Facebook wants you to know they've seen your message, and they don't feel like writing back.
If you think you're saving the world by liking a page on Facebook, UNICEF Sweden has got some news for you -- you're not. Liking a page is a great way to keep informed about a charity or cause, but unless it's part of a specific campaign, it doesn't actually do much good...
There's a funny thing about parents and technology. That being a majority of moms and dads are pretty tech unsavvy without the help of us internet-obsessed younger folk. And while parental struggles can be frustrating at times, their attempts to get in the techy loop are mostly just hilarious. This is particularly true with Facebook.
Usually when Facebook draws the ire of the collective internet it's because it's made a change to its format. But this time it's one of the social network giant's TV commercials that has the Web firing off a barrage of negative comments.
This week the Supreme Court is hearing arguments for Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage in California. They are also weighing the Defense of Marriage Act, which defines marriage as between a man and a woman.
To show their support for the LGBT community, people have been changing their profile pictures on Facebook. It started as big blocks of solid red. Then changed to a red block with a pink
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg her new book 'Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead,' has been a major topic of water cooler conversation over the past couple of weeks. Her forthright approach and controversial ideas about women in the workplace have been debated on television, on blogs and in heated conversations across the country. All this hub bub has not only helped make her book a bestseller
Today started out an okay day. Now, we're pretty convinced the world is doomed.The sheer number of dumb people out there is pretty disheartening. And they aren't afraid to let you know they exist. In fact they're broadcasting it on Facebook.
Here are 20 Facebook fails that will make you hang your head in despair, and possibly make you concerned for the future of mankind. Thanks to subreddit Facepa
In December, Dave Vitali was going to see his daughter when he got into a serious accident.He flipped his pickup truck, and hung upside down and bleeding with his only comfort being that his trusty dog Max was by his side and okay. Unfortunately, when the ambulances came the sirens scared the golden retriever, and Max ran away