For those of you who hate change, despise the new facebook timeline and ticker, you can go retro by following the instructions in the article Mashable printed today: But, if you're like me, and you love change, embrace it, and ride the wave of the next digital trend, join me. It's a lot of fun. Typically, the first week or two that Facebook rolls out a change, people get cranky, and complain. I often associate this with older Facebook users. GenY tend to roll with the punches, and hops right in to social network change. What the open graph really does is removes layers of privacy, and makes it virtually impossible to hide behind the safety of your computer screen spouting all kinds of non-sense. Frankly, I think people need to be more cognizant of their online behavior. People should understand there are consequences for everything they say, and do on social networks. I love Brian's article because he lists all the new apps, and tools the new changes that Facebook is rolling out. Regardless of how you feel, check out Brian's article, and let me know how you feel. Gotta scoop this list that Brian put together. It's awesome: This is the organized list of the initial Open Graph applications courtesy of TheVerge.com: Travel Gogobot Airbnb TripAdvisor Wipolo Where I’ve Been Food Foodspotting Cookpad Snooth (wine) Urbanspoon Yummly Foodily Shopping / Fashion Pose Pinterest Polyvore Oodle Fab.com eBay Giftrocket Payvment Livingsocial Fitness MapMyRun Runkeeper Entertainment Rotten Tomatoes Dailymotion (French video site) Cinemur (French video site) Metacafe (videos) Ford (game) Wooga (Bubble Island, Diamond Dash) OMGPOP (Draw My Thing) Zynga (Words with Friends, Castleville Giving Causes Fundrazr Artez.com Additional Open Graph Apps BranchOut (job search) Monster (job search) Color (photo and video sharing) Courserank (education) Grockit (education) Foursquare (location) Goodreads (books) Kobo (books) StubHub (ticketing) Ticketmaster (ticketing) Ticketfly (ticketing) ScoreBig (ticketing) Appsfire (app discovery) Artfinder (art) Autotrader (cars)
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