Category Facebook

Libraries Think Twice about a Facebook Page

Update 10/20/2009 The orginal warning still stands Update 9/29/2009 Organizations can now create a page without linking it to a personal account. Facebook ties a page to the account of the person who originally created it and I quote however the original creator of the Page may never be removed by other Page admins. Why […]

Facebook TOS follow up

In case you missed it Facebook reverted to its previous terms of service. But that shouldn’t stop you or me from thinking about what happened and what it means. Some recommended reading Facebook Battle Ends in Major Victory for Users, But the War Continues a good look at what happened 10 Privacy Settings Every Facebook […]

The Facebook Brouhaha – yeah you’re mad, but did you leave?

What I saw happen yesterday – a LOT of people blogging, twittering and linking to articles about Facebook’s change to their Terms of Service. ( If you don’t know about it see links at the bottom. I’m not writing about that, 50 bagillion other people already have.) What I didn’t see happening – a mass […]

Facebook gets me

My addiction to Facebook is no secret, I check it regliously regularly and if your’e my friend you probably get poked a lot.  For me it’s a great tool to keep in touch with people.  I pretty much igonre the ads, but today there was one that really caught my eye.  Rideshare! In my area!  […]

Playing with Facebook

I’ve spent an hour or so playing with Facebook this morning.  MRRL has had a facebook page for awhile now, but I thought I’d create a group to see if that works better and/or attracts more fans.  One perk I noticed is I’m allowed to create officers and name them whatever I like, so far […]

Hard work pays off!

Not mine this time, Robins! She developed a search our catalog app for our Facebook page and she’s been contacted several times by people wanting help creating one for their library. I have no doubt she was helpful and nice and gave them excellent advice! Robin and I often work together here at the library […]

Facebook not just for making friends.

NPR reported this morning that protesters in Columbia used Facebook to organize support around the world against FARC.


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