Because sometimes an animated gif is worth a zillion words.
Comments and conversation threads will be ordered based on relevance to the user and might appear differently to each person.
The race to own online comments continues.
In the interest of fueling better conversations, Facebook is now pushing the most popular comments to the top of post threads on a small number of Facebook Pages.
Engagio founder William Mougayar
Fact or fiction? Online commenters who use their real names will leave higher quality comments.
The online comment is a troubled entity, often abused or under-appreciated by the anonymous masses. But Facebook thinks there’s a better way.
Despite the clear competition from Facebook’s new commenting service, commenting company Disqus’s co-founder and CEO Daniel Ha says he is not concerned about Facebook’s foray into the field, according to PeHub.
Foursquare may have just released a new iPhone application on Monday, but the company isn’t done with the upgrades just yet. Cofounder and chief executive Dennis Crowley just tweeted that the Android version of the new app is now available, complete with the new comments and photos features.
Popular social network MySpace today announced it has decided to give its profiles a face lift with a more simplistic format. The change comes as a result of user feedback that cited troubles navigating profiles and finding content, said a company spokesperson.
The chances that two college-only social networks would launch in the same week seems pretty low. The chances that both networks would also be backed by big name investors seems even lower. But, that’s exactly what’s happened. Along with Scoop, a mobile app backed by Google CEO Eric Schmidt, CollegeOnly launched today backed by PayPal founder Peter Thiel (who’s also on the board of Facebook).