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Facebook Goes Down on Twitter.

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Facebook was forced to take down their site after some code was leaked to the public on Dec. 17th, 2010 for approx. 30 minutes. Facebook announced everything would be back to normal via Twitter, and apologized. Apparently there were internal prototypes that were accidentally released. The new updates to the site include: A More Detailed [&hellip

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It’s Much More Than a Tweet

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When “Twittering” I find myself cautiously choosing words that are relevant and eye catching. After all there are only 140 characters. That’s 140 characters of pure genius every time you use it right. Which leads me to believe there may be something more going on in our noggins (for those who use twitter). Sometimes you [&hellip

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Microsoft Releases Free MMO

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It would seem that Microsoft wanted to give us all a Christmas present this year in the form of a new MMORPG! The game “Neosaurs” is a free-to-play mmorpg (massively multiplayer online role-playing game), in which you control a neosaur. The gameplay and graphics look VERY similar to MapleStory, so if you’ve ever played that [&hellip

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Meet Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year for 2010

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As 2010 starts to wrap up we get to watch all those Top 100 Countdown’s for Songs, People, and Moments. It’s a dream of some to be one of those people, and today marks a day that won’t be forgotten (atleast for Mark Zuckerberg). Time magazine’s Person of the Year is Mark, and I would [&hellip

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World domination one word at a time.

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The decision to let Facebook trademark the word “Face” has been given a go! The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has given the okay after determining Facebook’s status in social media. Just to be clear Facebook can only use this trademark if it pertains to e-commerce or anything to do with communications online. Still kinda [&hellip

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