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Facebook After 10 Years: Past, Present and Future

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February 4, 2014
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After ten years of Facebook a lot has changed but one thing that remains, Facebook is just as relevant now as it has ever been. Video provided by Newsy


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Facebook: 10 Years Old and Still "Scaling Up"

Facebook: 10 Years Old and Still "Scaling Up"

TheStreet (Feb. 4, 2014) Facebook employees take their time when it matters most, and that patience has enabled the company to grow tremendously over the past ten years, says Robert Sutton, author of "Scaling Up Excellence". Also helping Facebook's growth was CEO Mark Zuckerberg's early decision to put product over profits. If Facebook wants to continue scaling up, says Sutton, it needs to emulate Google as it matures and make a transition to a different type of workforce, which is more focused on the needs of the employee and his or her family. Video provided by TheStreet
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Facebook Makes Users Feel Worse Study Says

Facebook Makes Users Feel Worse Study Says

Buzz60 (Aug. 16, 2013) A study by researchers at the University of Michigan is adding to the stack of studies that say Facebook makes its users feel bad about themselves. It also finds that increased Facebook use means less intimate interaction, and says people tend to turn to Facebook when they are feeling lonely.
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iPads for Infants Stir Debate

iPads for Infants Stir Debate

AFP (Apr. 25, 2012) From musical instruments to coloring books, the range of apps aimed at young children has boomed in the past two years. But psychologists and parents are divided on putting smartphones and tablets into such young hands, considering how pivotal the first couple of years are to child development.
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Social Media Memes Can Change Your Opinion

Social Media Memes Can Change Your Opinion

Buzz60 (Apr. 1, 2013) According to Scientific American, social memes seen on Facebook or Twitter can change your way of thinking. Researchers say that we all have the desire to fit in, and when we see our friends adhering to a certain way of thinking, like changing their Facebook pictures to the red marriage equality symbol, we want to seem like-minded and do so ourselves. Patrick Jones has the rest.
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