Facebook Recent Stories Returns

If you want Facebook Recent Stories to display first, due to user outcry you can! Facebook has had a flurry of changes to their User Interface (UI) recently. One of the latest changes was removing the ability to see posts in chronological order…. you became at the mercy of the algorithm to decide which stories were the best. Users freaked out (they ALWAYS freak out but this one was justified) and the Big F has announced Facebook Recent Stories will be brought back.  [Read more...]

Disable Facebook Timeline: How to

Disable Facebook Timeline: Back in September Facebook announced several changes to their platform, once of which was a completely redesigned profile page called Facebook Timeline. Facebook Timeline was meant to be a chronological view of your activity on Facebook, or as Facebook would prefer, your life. If you were one of the early adopters who enabled Facebook Timeline but now want to disable Facebook Timeline here’s how.  [Read more...]

Facebook tracks what you do online, even when you log out of Facebook

Facebook’s new Frictionless Sharing feature allows Facebook to track every website you visit; everything you do online… even when you’re not logged into Facebook. Nik Cubrilovic, who shows the code and describes how to replicate his findings states, “Even if you are logged out, Facebook still knows and can track every page you visit. The only solution is to delete every Facebook cookie in your browser, or to use a separate browser for Facebook interactions.” [Read more...]

How To: Enable Facebook Timeline Profile and What It Looks Like

Facebook announced it will begin out a new profile design dubbed Facebook Timeline, which the company describes as a chronologically-organized profile view that will “tell the story of your life” with photos, app activity, and updates. If you’re curious about how it looks on your profile and you want to try it out now, then here is how to do it. [Read more...]