Cannot wait for the the Indian Film Industry (to be politically correct specially for Big B) to start such events in the future. They would be a big hit for the Indian audience for whom Hindi movies are integral part of their lives.
Sending a private message on Facebook is not intuitive and that is why it gets asked a lot.
The answer can be found on this page.
You should avoid sending a private message on Facebook especially personal messages having information that you will not like to be public as Facebook is notorious and vulnerable to hacking and people accessing personal information of users.
I mean if you are looking to improve your vocabulary here we go!!!
Interesting analysis of how CEO’s of big companies use social media. Social media sites most used by CEO’s to least used are as follows
- LinkedIn (did you have any doubts?)
- Google+ (surprisingly there are very few there)
Another fact that was interesting was of the 2 million followers of CEO’s accounts on Twitter were fake profiles. Are the CEO’s buying followers?
Read the full post for interesting facts about social media usage by the top management.
Yeah right! Blame it on Facebook!
Come on guys this is below the belt. It seems the author is already mentally challenged to come out with this excuse!
People will be quick to point out that Social Media is exposing the children to the bad world and it should be banned.
I would disagree (and maybe I might be biased). But I see social media as a reality and it will get to children sooner or later. It is just like drugs in the world - I do not understand that if drugs are so bad then why the governments get together and stop its production. So is the case with cigarettes and liquor - first they got the world addicted to it and now they warn them against having them. Bullshit.
My personal recommendation is that if you have children at home share this story with them so that they do not fall for similar kind of people (God Forbid).
Seems like LinkedIn is catching up with Facebook.
and I thought that I was hep!
Thiel, a Facebook director and its first outside investor, divested 72 percent of his remaining shares three months after it went public. Of the 40 biggest U.S. technology IPOs since the end of 2010, only Facebook and its underwriters let some backers sell so soon, with every other company adopting a so-called lock-up period about twice that long.
Does this mean that the Facebook directors and owners do not have confidence in whether Facebook would be a success going forward? Your guess is as good as mine.