In our ongoing poll, more than sixty per cent of our visitors said they love to send Facebook Gifts, as long as they’re free. So the largest part of our audience is going to like this Facebook gift featuring two hugging penguins, which can be sent for free until Friday the 24th.
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Real pirates don’t say “What’s new feed”, they say “Captain’s log”. They do not “log out” but “abandon ship” and they don’t have “friends” but “hearties”. If you’re a buccaneers on Facebook, then here’s a golden tip! A humorous language option called English (Pirate) turns your inbox into a “Bottle o’ messages” and shows the dates of upcoming “Grog fests” (instead of birthdays).
Facebook has officially launched its first gift with bonus credit. The Terminator Salvation gift, a mask of the T-800 robot, is a free gift promoting the new Terminator movie. Now when the Terminator Salvation gift is sent to a friend, the recipient will get a free credit to spend in Facebook’s gift shop.
Yesterday people discovered that Facebook.comhas enabled the famous Konami code for its homepage. The Konami Code is a cheat code that was first used in 1986 in a game called Gradius by Konami on the NES. Since then, it reappeared in many games (even non-Konami games), tv shows, songs, and now on Facebook.com. I’ll leave it up to you to find out what happens when entered.
Are you tired of seeing your friends’ uninspiring Pick your five lists clog up your News Feed? Favorite movie lists I can understand, but can people really be that bored that they need to let you and the world know about the 5 things they could grab from where they’re sitting? Apparently, yes they can. Here’s how to make a statement and let them know, the ironic way: through a fake list of five with a not-so-hidden subliminal message.
If you watched the “25 Things I Hate About Facebook” video featured in our very first post, you know Julian was considering putting a piece of duct tape over the Facebook sidebar, to hide the “People You May (Not) Know”. Paul has put words into action and wrote a script that actually covers the Facebook sidebar with duct tape without your screen getting sticky.