Sadly, he did not live in St. Ives, but Alan O’Neill did, in fact, have two wives. The really sad thing, though, is that it wasn’t because he was cheating. He had two wives because he was lazy and passive aggressive.
Facebook seems to be a big part of our lives. It doesn’t seem to be slowing down or going anywhere any time soon. As we already knew, employers can use Facebook as a tool to learn the kind of person an employee may be.
Let’s face it, we all hate getting called to jury duty. We all have heard all the creative ways to get out of it. A 29-year-old Florida resident Jacob Jock took it a bit too far when he decided to send a Facebook friend request to the defendant hoping this would lead to a dismissal.
Sheryl Sandberg is a name everyone should know because, in a matter of months, she will be one of the most powerful women in the world. Sandberg is the COO of a small little start-up company in California called Facebook.
I just officially changed the city I live in from “Rome” to “Oriskany”. I moved a few weeks back and just realized it hasn’t changed yet. The process was pretty painless to change, but I guess that isn’t the case for all people.
Facebook, Twitter and all the other social media sites have changed the way young people interact with each other, but according to a survey from Poll Position, the majority of Americans don’t think this has been a change for the better.
Remember when Facebook changed the way we Facebook? Status updates were buried under a pile of other ones Facebook thought was more important to you. If you went from confused to angry at this change, you'll be glad to know that Facebook has recently added an option that lets you have your old news feed back.
While he certainly wouldn't be alone, Rolling Stones frontman, Mick Jagger, had admitted he's addicted to Facebook. The 68-year-old singer says he spends way too much time online looking up old friends
Checking your Facebook status could lead to your company’s downfall.
Okay, that may be a bit of an exaggeration, but tech blogger Michael Fitzgerald was able to calculate that workers wasting time on the social networking site costs US companies $280 billion in annual productivity losses.
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