Twitter just introduced “custom timelines,” a new way of organizing and sharing collections of tweets that Twitter users can create to organize and share custom stories on events or conversations, right on Twitter.
On top of the first successful SpaceX Dragon launch, here are other awesome developments we’ve seen in the past year concerning efforts to explore space.
Editor’s Pick Facebook is announcing the latest changes to its News Feed today, and we’re reporting live from its headquarters. Check out this post for live updates on what you can expect to see on your Facebook soon.
Editor’s Pick What most are hoping for is a massive change that would toy with Facebook’s long-cultivated revenue streams and tinker with one of its most precious pieces of IP: The News Feed algorithm.
Facebook’s Friendship Pages were one of the last areas of the social network to look like the old profile view, but no longer. The pages got the Timeline makeover today, with new options for curating (yes, curating) your relationship.
WIth its new Broadcast for Friends app, Ustream may just make personal video broadcasting as common as tweeting.
Following in the steps of its “actions,” Facebook on Wednesday introduced a new Timeline tool for third-party applications called action links. These customizable links will appear below an app’s post on your timeline or news feed alongside the links for Like and Comment. You’ll start to see the new links immediately on full web versions of Facebook, but they’re not on mobile.
"Viddy well, little brother. Viddy well." - Clockwork Orange - 1971
If Facebook had a Timeline, today it would read, “became friends with iPhone.” The company released an update to the application today, supporting Timeline, along with a couple new improvements.
On-demand streaming music service MOG has seen startlingly high user growth through Facebook since its integration with the popular social site in mid-September, the company announced today.
Patrick Bisch, founder of Pinglio.com, was on his Twitter earlier today when he noticed something different. His timeline, or stream of tweets, suddenly had new features including a button to expand tweets.
Editor's Pick Facebook’s Timeline is possibly the biggest wholesale design change the site has seen. So we called in three top designers to critique the concept and execution.
Editor's Pick When Facebookers began thinking about the design for Timeline, the name for the new look and feel of Profiles, they reached for books more often than browser tabs.