As you may have heard, today Facebook held its fourth f8 developer conference, showcasing an array of new features that represent what Facebook says are the biggest changes to its Platform since it launched in 2007.
There are friends and then there are some special friends. Until now, Facebook has weighed them all on the same scale. In fact, Google Plus exploited this very weakness to great effect with its circles feature.
Oh Chrome, and you wonderful Chrome development folks, today we sing your praises. After Facebook rolled out its new Ticker on the Facebook homepage, many of us have been distracted for hours by an ever-present, scrolling sidebar. But no longer!
Someone has already hacked together a Chrome extension that will allow you to remove the Ticker from your Facebook page. It’s a simple, free addition, and the results look great:...
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