What would you do in a world without Facebook and how big of a role does it play in your life? We all know about the popularity of Facebook over the last 10 years or so, now it becomes the biggest company based on the internet. It was found by Mark Zuckerberg at Harvard, now […]
Interesting infographic about teachers and Facebook.
As Facebook has become more and more popular—if it were a country, it would be the third largest in the world—its use in the field of education has expanded, too. In fact, more than 80% of college admissions officers report using Facebook as part of their recruiting process. Are admissions officers really looking at the […]
Expansys have uncovered that Facebook is now a bigger national past-time in the UK than watching TV! Expansys ran a national study which found that we spend an average of two and a half hours using the social networking site every day, compared to just two hours watching television programmes.
Facebook, which started as an online community for the students of Harvard University, the brainchild of Mark Zukerberg, is now a global phenomenon. Here is a quick summary of how much the internet user of today is addicted to Facebook.
If you’re heading to the theater to see the Facebook movie, The Social Network, this might be a good time to take in a quick refresher course on Mark Zuckerberg and his short but epic legal history.
Whether you’re a fan or friend of Mark and Facebook or not, here are some interesting facts about the man behind the phenom.
According to the All Facebook blog, about 200,000 Facebook members die each year, putting the death rate on the social network at about half of the world average; and about 550 Facebook deaths happen daily. It seems a lot, but compared to the 700,000 daily activations Facebook receives, the ratio is a paltry one.
Facebook recently passed 500 million users. If the growth rate of the world’s largest and fastest growing social network could be applied to solar, it would only take 4.7 years to power the entire world with solar energy.
Check this interesting infographic about 10 Levels of Intimacy in Today’s Communication.