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In Search of the Perfect Facebook Timeline Layout

When most of us first made our Facebook accounts, our profiles were called “walls”. In the following years, Facebook has altered the layout of the “wall” over and over again and now it seems like it has finally settled on the current layout, now called the “timeline”.


The First Walls

The early “walls” had a profile picture which was located on the top left hand corner. A lot of space was taken up by various tabs giving links to more info while even more space was used up by insignificant things. If you look at that layout now, it looks very archaic and dull.

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Out of the approximately 1.35 billion accounts, Facebook estimates that some 135 million are ghost accounts. Now since Facebook almost completely relies on advertisement for its revenues, making sure that all Facebook accounts are actually being run by real people is of paramount importance.

Why Ghost Accounts Are Bad

Advertising rates are usually based upon “reach” and “likes” that pages and/or posts get...

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Facebook is a phenomenon. With over a billion regular users, it has spun its web so brilliantly that everyone seems to love to use it. But the thing that truly makes it so powerful is that every user puts up a lot of personal information on its servers. From your music interests to the places you visit etc. Facebook knows it all. 

Using Personal Information

Normally, Facebook uses our information to optimize our Facebook...

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Cable internet service

Cable is one of many kinds of Broadband Internet services, offering very high speed data transfer rates. Cable internet downstream speed varies between 1 and 30 Mbit/sec and between 128 Kbps and 768 Kbps for upstream. While Cable Internet is faster than DSL Internet, it often gives lesser speed for technical reasons. One of the main...

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With the introduction of social media in our society and its ever-increasing usage with every passing day, most of us were reared into believing that the more 'social' we were online, the better our lives would be. So we ended up sharing everything, from where we were, who we were socializing with, to photos of the food we were eating. It was no longer enough to simply be with friends, you had to document it. To put it simply, it was more...

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