Download Facebook Timeline Covers For Free

January 16, 2012 | Posted in Downloads | By

As most of you already know about Facebook Timeline, and have played with it, so here is some more fun for you to play with Facebook Timeline. I am sharing with you three free Facebook Timeline covers.

Facebook Timeline Covers

Category: Resources

Resolution: 72dpi

Models: 3

Files: PSD

Size: 815px x 315px

Price: FREE

Download Link: http://stockindesign.com/wp-content/uploads/033_template/preview.zip

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Diaspora : Revamped and Secured

December 7, 2011 | Posted in Internet | By

A much awaited Facebook and Google + competitor, Diaspora, has finally gone viral and now we can see a good competition from this new social networking site. As we have shared previously that Diaspora has a slick interface similar to Google +, and this too has been revamped several time for the ease of usage.

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Although it is very competitive for Diaspora to capture a big share of Social Networking market all over the world because of the two giants, i.e. Google + and Facebook, but still we can hope for a quality game. Currently Diaspora is on ALPHA phase and it may take few months or years to see the final version of Diaspora. If we give a look in its functionality then it is a combination of Google +, twitter and Facebook. In nutshell, you can experience all the three in Diaspora.

Currently you can join Diaspora only by the means of invitation, so if you want to try this new networking site, just reply here, we will send you a invitation as soon as possible. You can visit the Diaspora site here.

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Some Interesting Facts About Facebook

November 24, 2011 | Posted in Internet | By

As of today, I think almost everyone know what is Facebook, everyone knows how to use Facebook and other things about Facebook usage. So I won’t tell you about the features of Facebook, but I am here to let you know some interesting facts about Facebook. Although Facebook is losing their user base in few countries like U.S. and Canada, but still Facebook is one of the best social networking site over the net along with Google+, which is chasing Facebook at a rapid speed.

Facebook

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  • There are more than 800 million registered and active users in Facebook.
  • Almost 12 million users are under-age, i.e. below 13 years, which is the minimum age to join Facebook.
  • Around 25 million users are below 18 years of age, which is a normal age in many countries to be called as adult.
  • Women are more addicted to Facebook rather than men.
  • Almost 50% of the total users login to their Facebook account everyday.
  • On an average 250 million photos are uploaded to Facebook everyday.
  • Almost 40% of the active users have accessed their Facebook account via mobile device at least once.
  • More than 70 Lac applications are integrated in Facebook.
  • Facebook has more than 3000 employees.
  • On an average, every user has around 130 friends.

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Facebook New Share Count Feature

September 20, 2011 | Posted in Internet | By

Facebook is undoubtedly one of the most dominating social networking websites that has carved its niche. With the launch of Google plus, there has been a tremendous change in the operating style of Facebook. Day by day a new feature is being added to Facebook and it seems  it’s just copying the features of Google +. Recently, new features like Facebook subscribe button, video chat, smart list  have been added to Facebook that are inspired from Google +.

To add-on to the list, another new feature has been added. Facebook has rolled out share count for status update. Earlier when somebody shared someone’s updates, it never intimated the user about the number of times his status or post got reshared. But starting today, you will see no. of shares and when you click on it, it will also show people who have shared your status updates or link shared on your wall. This also works for your uploaded photos. This feature will enable the user to know how popular his update or post is getting and how many shares they are getting.

And when you click on view shares, it will show a list of people who shared your status and more over, all the comments and likes associated with it.

This feature is surely going to be a big hit among Facebook lovers. But these are the features that are being copied from Google +. Well who cares who is copying whom, the plus appoint is the end users are being benefitted, and this is all that matters to us. So, people go ahead and when you log in to your Facebook account this time, do not forget to check out this new feature.

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Every Facebook Account Have 3 Passwords

September 18, 2011 | Posted in Internet | By

Most of us know only about the password with which we log in our Facebook account, but every Facebook account has 3 password including your original password because the Facebook Passwords are not completely case sensitive. Besides this one password with which we log in, there exist two other passwords as well that are hardly known to anyone. So practically we have 3 passwords for our facebook account. Let us see apart from the main password, what are the other two passwords that do exist but are hardly in knowledge of anyone. These two passwords are :-

  1. Your actual Facebook password with opposite cases.
  2. Your actual Facebook password with first letter capitalized, this is only available for mobile devices, though.

For instance, if your Facebook password is ‘aBccD’ , then even if you reverse the case and type your password as ‘AbCCd’ , you will be able to log in to your account. Thus, this reverse case will serve as your alternative password. This means even if all the letters of your password are in lower case, you can log in to your Facebook account even if your CAPS is on and you type your entire password in capital letters.

Similarly, if you operate your Facebook account through mobile like me, then whatever your password may be, but by mistake you capitalize the first letter of your password, still you will be able to log into your account (even though the entire password comprises of lower case).

This is not a bug in Facebook, they intentionally designed in this way. This is not going to affect the security of your account, since the password remains the same,  what has changed is just the capitalization, so it will take the same number of brute force attacks to crack it.

So we are now aware of the fact that there is not merely a single password with which you can log into your Facebook account, besides this, there are two other alternative passwords as well. So like it and share this article with everyone and let everyone know about it.

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