If you ever took the Which neuropsychiatric disorder do you have? Facebook quiz and the answer was “Tourette syndrome”, then the following quiz is totally your thing.
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Every bratwurst-and-beer aficionado knows that Oktoberfest 2009 ended last weekend with excessive indulgence in Germany, as well as local Biergärtens around the world. If you were one of the people “getting your lederhosen on” this year, then now that you’re finally sober you should find out your Oktoberfest name and share it with your Facebook friends.
The Fan Check app is suddenly crowding Facebook news feeds across the world so fast, some people are suspecting it’s using malicious techniques to distribute and maybe even steal login information along the way. Mashable has investigated the rumors and here’s their take on the Fan Check application.
Please someone explain to me the current hype around the Pandora’s Box application on Facebook? Seriously, 1,217,601 monthly active users and 86,689 fans? Makes me wonder what I’m doing wrong with our Random Names Generators. The application is extremely straightforward: with a single mouse click Pandora’s Box presents you with a totally random gift…
Fans of Harry Potter, and that should be a lot, can use our Random Name Generators to “obliviate their muggle name” and “transfigurate” into a Harry Potter character. Just approve the application and select “Your Harry Potter wizard name” (if you’re a dude) or “Your Harry Potter witch name” (if you’re a dudette) from the menu of name generators.
We’re proud to present to you today, our very first Facebook application called… Random Name Generators. The application is based on our sister-site Mess.be’s popular nickname generators (launched in 2002) and transforms your birth name into a pirate name, a rapper name, a Harry Potter character, and other random names in just one click.
If Jesus had a Facebook account? He’d probably poke Pope Benedict XVI. In an effort to reach out to young generation of Catholics around the world, the Vatican has launched a site and a supplementally Facebook application called Pope2You. No, it’s not the instant holy water delivery service it sounds like…
A few weeks ago the Blu-Ray edition of Frank Miller’s Sin City was released. I can’t wait to see this movie again in High-Definition… but then I don’t own a Blu-Ray player so it’s going to be a pricey event. Anyway, the release inspired me to take some quotes from the movie and turn them into the following 23 Frank Miller-style status …
Qik is the first mobile video service to use Facebook Connect for video uploads. So once you have streamed live using Qik, your videos are now instantly uploaded to your Facebook video collection. You can then proceed to tag, share and comment on the videos from Facebook as you would with any other Facebook photo or video.
Earlier this month, GameHouse released the Facebook adaptation of the popular UNO™ card game and it’s taking the social network by a storm. About 85,000 active users (at the time of writing) are already playing the game against random Facebook members, but expect this game to skyrocket as soon as they enable the friends invitations, which will allow you to play against your actual friends.