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Must Reads: “Liking” Everything, HD Phone Calls, And More!

As a blogger, I spend more time reading than I do writing, so I come across a lot of fantastic articles every week. Here are some of the recent, interesting articles you can’t miss. “I Liked Everything I Saw on Facebook for Two Days. Here’s What It Did to Me” By Mat Honan (Wired) Facebook is not one-size-fits-all. It’s engineered to adapt to our...

How To Download Facebook Paper on an iPhone

How To Download Facebook Paper on an iPhone

Facebook’s Paper app is on the app store starting today, but strangely, it’s still absent from search, making it hard to find. No worries. We’ve got the link to the app. Simply click on that link from your iPhone’s web browser, and you’ll be taken to Paper’s download page in the app store. From there, just tap the install button, enter your password, and...

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Facebook Engineer Mocks Princeton Study

Recently, Princeton published a controversial study claiming the imminent demise of Facebook. In response, Mike Devlin, a Princeton data scientist, wrote a scathing and sarcastic criticism of Princeton’s research methods. Rather than address the Princeton study directly, Devlin applied the Princeton logic to Princeton’s own Google trends data (the data they used to predict facebook engagement), and predicted mockingly “Princeton will have only half...