Suppose that back when you originally created your Facebook account, they had the same privacy policies and open graph initiative that they do today. Would you still decide to sign up for Facebook account?
For those who want more background info, here's a nice summary of Facebook's privacy policies over time: http://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2010/04/facebook-timeline
Remember, if it's in the news don't worry about it. The definition of "news" is something that almost never happens.
Here's a great curated set from the recent eruption of Eyjafjallajokul in Iceland.
Some samples, click the link for much more.
Make any webpage look like it was made by a 13 year-old in 1996.
Facebook = AOL If you think about it, most of what AOL offered is now, in some way, a feature on Facebook. I wonder what the future holds for Facebook. Will they continue to gain popularity? Or will they degrade into a locked down ghetto that everybody hates but deals with because that's all they have?
The Empire State building and lower Manhattan.