Demi Moore saves a life through Twitter

Demi Moore
Hollywood actress Demi Moore saved a man’s life when she responded to his suicide threat on Twitter.

The 47-year-old The Joneses actress saw a follower’s message saying, “I am about to go hang myself from a tree outside my house and end my life. I have no reason to live any more,” reported.

She ended up saving his life because of his Twitter tweet.

Twitter Turns Four Years Old


On Sunday March 21st Twitter turns four years old. Last month Twitter hit 50 million Tweets per day. Even though, it may seem like that Twitter is not very old, in fact, it recently got famous, and when it was launched, not many people knew what it was. To combat with spam, Twitter added the nofollow tags to the urls, and up to now its working.

Facebook: Year 2009 in Review


Facebook (FB) is still the number one social networking site, and now that year 2009 is about to say Good-Bye, Facebook still stands tall and we don’t know what will happen in 2010, and it may possibly take over Google, the top internet company in the world, but I doubt it.

Facebook changed its design in 2008, and it did it again in 2009. Many people were upset about it and some even tried to deactivate their Facebook accounts, but they couldn’t do it for very long.

Facebook also changed the design for groups and fan pages, and they look very similar. Now, there is a live time feed update option as well & by clicking View News Feed, you can get the latest information first.


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Youtube, Faster Than Ever

It seems like YouTube team has been working really hard, and now whenever you open a new YouTube video, it no longer buffers. Either they have upgraded their servers (I Doubt it) or modified the YouTube script even more for better performance. You now no longer have to wait for the whole video and it looks like there will be no buffering.
Faster YouTube

Facebook verifying Fan Page Ownership

Over the past years we have seen, anyone can make a Facebook Fan Page, and manage it, unless they get an abuse report or some famous company sends them a DMCA, you get to keep your page. Now, today, I got an email saying that I need to verify my Fan Page that I created for my blog.
Here is what the email said:-

Our records indicate that you are currently the admin of a Facebook Page with a large number of fans, Tag Your Friends Pictures. To ensure a positive user experience, we require admins of large Pages to confirm their affiliation with the brand, business, person, or entity that their Page represents. Please use the following link to authenticate your Page.

This shows Facebook is now making sure all Fan page owners with atleast 10,000 fans verify their pages, and this can prevent the creation of duplicate and Fake Fan Pages. I have submitted the authentication report, and now waiting to be reviewed by the Facebook team.

If you don’t verify your ownership, you can lose the right to send updates to your fans, which can make you have no control over your fan page, and you cannot share stuff.