Facebook.com – Find You Friends
By John D • Filed In: Life Style
Facebook (www.facebook.com) is one of the most popular social networking sites of all times. Here is a brief review of functionality of this social networking website.
What Is Facebook?
Facebook.com is the most popular social networking site on the Internet. It is so wide spread that even mobile phones and mobile network operators include “Facebook Features” into handsets and phone software.
Facebook.com allows people to create a profile that includes some personal information about that person, such as name, date of birth, past education and so on. Since so many people are a part of this network, it becomes very easy to find your old friends, even those whom you haven’t seen for many years. Once your friends are added to your network, you can post a message on your “wall” and all your connected friends are able to see it, reply to it, upload photos and so on. If you ever felt uncomfortable communicating with your friends in the past, now, the Internet and www. Facebook.com provides that “behind the screen” protection. You can chat however you want and no-one will see you blushing.
Why Use Facebook?
Why use Facebook? Because everybody else does. It looks like it’s only a matter of time before everybody else is going to join this social networking site. And when it happens, it’ll be interesting to see what happens then.
Earlier this year Facebook Login started to support OpenID. There are more and more companies announcing support for OpenID – an option allowing using credentials from any one of services supporting the system to register and login to third-party websites. Facebook Login is now a part of it, which is good news. It’s one password less to remember!
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The review "Facebook.com – Find You Friends" was last updated on 29/11/09.