• Manohar Singh

    create digital representations of 13 simple rhinestone products in vector format
    Tunic style linen shirts

  • Yeye Yates

    Great informational post about FB “Home”- very different from what I read on another source (can’t recall where but it says there that FB Home is trying to overthrow Google’s Android OS) Hope this move wouldn’t affect my ColibriTool (http://colibritool.com) stats for mobile devices. Would still stick with Google app search unless they make FB-Home more user friendly :) Thanks again for this post

  • http://babypickel.com/vincenzo.html Chenzo

    This are getting very interesting.

  • http://twitter.com/ItisSG Shashank

    Facebook to Twitter every one knows, if they dont want to become abother yahoo, best is to make it very hard for Google and that is what FB is trying to do via new phone? – http://dearsrk.wordpress.com/2013/01/29/is-google-not-facebook-or-twitter-or-linkedin-poised-to-win-the-graph-war/

  • http://goettemoeller.com Drew Goettemoeller

    Ain’t nobody got time for that.

  • Michael Cottam

    If Facebook wants to move from an entertainment social mobile app to where they’re managing things we REALLY need our phone for, they’re going to have to really step up their game in terms of both software quality and app performance. Today, the Facebook iPhone app is a “#2 app”, by which I mean it’s so glacially slow the only time the performance is tolerable is when you’re in the bathroom, going #2. And the bugs in the common features are incredible: frequent total crashes, notifications of things that when you click the notification the app can’t find, etc. For other common smartphone tasks, like accessing calendar, email, search, web browsing in general, you need speed and reliability–and the Facebook development team has shown no signs of being able to step up to the plate and deliver on these important qualities.

  • Yeye Yates

    Great informational post about FB “Home”- very different from what I read on another source (can’t recall where but it says there that FB Home is trying to overthrow Google’s Android OS) Hope this move wouldn’t affect my ColibriTool (http://colibritool.com) stats for mobile devices. Would still stick with Google app search unless they make FB-Home more user friendly :) Thanks again for this post

  • shelbypanayotou

    my neighbor’s step-sister makes $83 every hour on the computer. She has been out of a job for six months but last month her pay was $13743 just working on the computer for a few hours. Read more on  Fab99.c­om

  • http://www.socialbakers.com/events/engage Anne Goulding

    This looks really interesting. I wonder, how many people using Facebook daily, will be convinced enough to use the Facebook Home.