5:00 pm, August 13th | by Amy Tennery
EOD Monday — A question near and dear to the heart of every social media addict: Should your “like” have protection under the First Amendment?
11:45 am, July 25th | by Laura Donovan
Sometimes it’s cute to hear stories about men who do everything in their power to find out more about the women they like…That is, if they pursue the ladies without seeming like Edward Cullen.
12:00 pm, July 11th | by Varci Vartanian, The Daily Muse
Last Saturday night you were a legend—the reining queen of dive-bar karaoke. Your friends swarmed like the paparazzi, snapping pics and posting them to Facebook before you had time to protest.
The morning after, you click through quickly and don’t find anything too damning (you decide to forgive yourself for the air guitar solo during “Eye of the Tiger”), but log off worrying that the stress eating you’ve been doing with your new job is starting to show. And knowing that your Saturday shenanigans are uploaded for all to see, you vow for way more time on the treadmill this week.
4:33 pm, July 3rd | by Amy Tennery
Hey, ladies, here’s something you can add to the long list of behaviors and habits you have to feel paranoid about: Apparently you and your friends are purposefully posting unflattering photos of each other to Facebook.
12:30 pm, June 17th | by Laura Donovan
Most people don’t need Facebook to be socially inept or fail to enchant strangers at parties, and social media platforms are feeding that uneasiness and making us even more awkward when face-to-face with others, according to a new Schools.com infographic.
6:22 pm, June 7th | by Laura Donovan
The time has finally come: Facebook is on the path of no return and becoming Myspace, according to a new survey that reveals one in three users of the social network are hella bored.
6:15 pm, May 22nd | by Laura Donovan
We always hear about how wealthy and awesome Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is, but it begs the question: why can’t there be more females in her situation, especially given the company’s mass popularity?
Xerox CEO Ursula Burns echoed this sentiment during a Tuesday appearance on CNBC, where she discussed the social networking site’s IPO and employees. When asked whether Facebook should bring a female onto the board, Burns said, “No question about it.”
3:13 pm, May 21st | by Laura Donovan
If you pointed a finger at Facebook for destroying some of your friendships and taking a blow to your self-esteem, you’re lucky you’re not married (and if you are, look out). A new survey finds that more than a third of divorce filings from 2011 included the word “Facebook,” which of course means that the social networking site may be responsible for ripping apart a good chunk of marriages.
5:24 pm, February 26th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Do you set your Facebook profile to private? Do you frequently “delete” Facebook friends? If you’re female, it’s more likely that you do.
4:30 pm, December 8th | by Hillary Reinsberg
There’s some news from the West Coast today: Facebook has announced it’s “reorganized” its technical teams, with five new product leads who will report directly to Mark Zuckerberg. Guess what? They’re all dudes!