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  • Matthew 2:28 pm on March 5, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: facebook, liveblogging, pressconference, redesign, twitter, zuckerberg   

    Facebook to radically improve design, again 

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    Yesterday Facebook announced at a liveblogging press conference that they would make new changes to their home page, profile pages, and activity stream pages.

    This is a huge advancement towards making Facebook more like Twitter.

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    I just can’t wait to hear all the fuss from everyone, probably something along the lines of “OMG I DUNT WONT THE NEW FACEBUK MAKE IT BAK TO NORMUL PLESE?

    Read more about it here.

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  • Matthew 1:15 pm on August 19, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: facebook,   

    MySpace messed up again 

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    iJustine’s complaining about Facebook whilst I have to say that I never have problems with it.

    It is MySpace that is the problem. There is always something wrong with MySpace. This time all I am trying to do is access the homepage.

    Oh well, perhaps it is my fault for using MySpace in the first place.

     
  • jim 8:27 pm on August 5, 2008 Permalink | Reply
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    Facebook Apps 2: The Return Of Scrabulous 

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    This week see’s the return of word game Scrabulous to Facebook in the form of Wordscrapper. As you can see above, the visual style of the game has been changed to distance it from Scrabble. You will still need to link up letters to create words and earn points but hopefully the name change and differences in the rules will be enough to avoid any further court action.

     
  • jim 8:50 pm on July 30, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: app, , facebook, , ,   

    Scrabulous Pulled From Facebook 

    Popular Scrabble clone Scrabulous has been disabled for Facebook users in the US and Canada due to the Hasbro lawsuit against the Facebook app. Hasbro claim “Patent Infringement” on their word based game. The lawsuit states that Scrabulous uses “essential and original elements” from Scrabble and that the two names are “confusingly similar”. The company is now reviewing their position in other countries due to Mattel owning the franchise outside of the US.

     
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